Skip to comments.Clintons open Haiti industry park (country is "open for business")
Posted on 10/26/2012 1:34:05 PM PDT by NormsRevenge
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has attended the launch of a $300m (£187m) industrial park in the Haitian town of Caracol.
The project is part of US efforts to help Haiti recover from the devastation it suffered in the 2010 earthquake.
The US has invested $124m (£77m) in the project, which it hopes will create thousands of jobs.
At a grand opening ceremony Haiti's President Michel Martelly said the country was "open for business".
(Excerpt) Read more at bbc.co.uk ...
Hey! I have an idea! Let’s “invest” $124 million dollars of US taxpayer money in AMERICA and get AMERICANS back to work! What do you think? Let the French help Haiti. They created that mess.
This will become a money laundring operation for the Clinton thugs.
So the Clints are going to create thousands of job in Haiti.And exactly how does that improve the job situation in this country other than outsourcing more American jobs to Haiti, Nice goin Clintons!
I think the article has a miss-translation- they said “invested $124 million” when they meant to say “pissed away $124 million”.
Haiti is a festering pesthole and every dime spent on that place is a guaranteed waste. The idea of anyone being dumb enough to invest in a $300M project in Haiti boggles the mind.
Clint = Clintons & job = jobs.
WEst Virginia tried that a few years ago. The difference was the state put up some signs and changed the logo. It didn’t cost anywhere near that amount.
” Hey! I have an idea! Lets invest $124 million dollars of US taxpayer money in AMERICA and get AMERICANS back to work!”
Not with Obama in power.
” The idea of anyone being dumb enough to invest in a $300M project in Haiti boggles the mind.”
I’m sure half the construction “costs” were stolen. No other reason to build it.
Hey there, darlin'. Have we met?????
What’s their take?
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