Yué ngueou po sien jou, Tan lou ty tchan yué, Ou yun king tai pan Ko ou, pou ko choué.
First and foremost it wants support; like all the rest of us it must have its pou sto, its pied--terre, its locus standi.
His ideal of a State was a very exalted one, and he thought, in 1876, that he needed the pou sto of the Presidency to realize it.
Current also in Louisiana: Jordi pou vou, etc.: “Your turn to-day; perhaps it may be mine to-morrow.”
He had now a pou sto, whence he could, and did, move the world of human affairs.