Election Day – Just Who is a Foreign Government Official?

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Today is a monumental day for the United States – Election 2012. I am writing this blog on Monday, October 22, and as such, have no idea who will actually be elected as the next president of the United States. However, regardless of whom you voted for or whether they won or lost – it is always important to keep in mind that we as a nation are blessed to be a democracy. Let us never lose sight of the importance of freedom of speech, and the concomitant duty that freedom imposes upon us all, to speak up for what we believe is right or wrong. Speaking of which, this leads me to today’s topic – the Haiti Telecom case.

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