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I know nothing of Haiti, so, please, if you can spare a minute, tell me what you would do. (Please don't go into the past, we are where we are now, just start from there.)

Hi David. It's crazy to say we can't go back because what Haiti needs is lawyers, guns and money. Our guns and money are tied up thanks to Commander CooCoo Bananas' War in Iraq. But, understanding that I have to make recommendations based the disatrous mistakes of Team BushCo, I'd say we first must rectify the effects of the foolish coup that ousted Aristede and which we facilitated. Aristede has to come back in some capacity to pour oil on the waters. Put him in the next election - encourage a real populist, whose hands are clean, to run against him, Latortue and whoever else runs and then support whoever wins with as much money as we can. Take a billion or so from that misbegotten Missiles in Space! program and put it where it would do some good for people other than defense contractors.

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