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Reply to "Was Aristide Kidnapped."

Hmmm ... DeltaJ sounds like someone who, after 3 1/2 years of practice and experience, has perfected the art of defending, arguably, the worst President in past 2 centuries! Razz She's/He's actually pretty good at it ... seems to have a quick answer for everything!! Perhaps he/she should apply to the White House as a spin doctor ... Eek

But anyway, to answer the question, I heard the audio of the phone call that Jessie Jackson arranged with Aristide, and conversations with many people who spoke with him the same day as his departure, and every one of them seemed to make the point that he had not mentioned resigning or leaving the country. Also, I don't know of anybody who plans to go somewhere, yet not know where they are going. Even the U.S. has admitted it did not inform him of his destination until after he had arrived at it.

Apparently, Aristide's wife is also under the impression she was kidnapped, as she is also calling her friends around the country with the same story! And it's not like the U.S.'s credibility carries more than a few ounces worth of weight these days!! Maybe if Colin hadn't been caught in so many other previous lies I could believe what he says now.

I think the man and his family were taken against their will. That's a generally accepted definition of "kidnapped" by most standards... so .... y'all do the math!!

(However, don't use DeltaJ's calculator!! lol)
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