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Huan Yi
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0 posted 05-06-2007 07:04 PM       View Profile for Huan Yi   Email Huan Yi   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Huan Yi

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“French conservative Nicolas Sarkozy wins an intensely fought presidential election that saw an 85% turnout.”


What does that mean for France?  For the US?

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Drauntz
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1 posted 05-06-2007 10:54 PM       View Profile for Drauntz   Email Drauntz   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Drauntz

Very political question in there and there back to here.

Who is Nicolas Sarkozy anyway? Clinton kind or Bush kind?

Head of the country will and should put his country's interest first in handling everything.

Domestically (France), still money talks first, power talks second; demonstrator talks third, average people have no words… work daily work and live daily life. But if given a good opportunity,
Individual may change his class easily. However Life goes on unhappily anywhere if no contentment.  

To US?  have to fry own French fries. And brew own French wines.

I have not heard any one here who  loves the “Traitor”  France. But many happily use their goods. Yes happy with their high quality things including toaster. (have you seen their catalog? Ask your  senator or attorney kind)

If Nicolas Sarkozy is nice, then more people will buy  French goods. If he is not nice, then we shall buy all French goods so nothing left for him to live.

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I wikied Nicolas Sarkozy. He is not a good man.
He is not, indeed.
1. He failed his English test in college.
2. He divorced his wife and stole another's wife.
3. He genetically predisposed some crimes...excuse for not punishment.
4. he does like to help US on Iraq war.
5. trouble maker.
Someone whom I have no regret to know in my short and limited life time.

I shall not learn too much useless informations because it pollutes my mind...
in a small brain.

iliana
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It makes me wonder if the French have electronic voting machines.
Aurelian
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I think it means even the French get fed up with the skyrocketing unemployment, social unrest, economic stagnation, and moral sterility that generally goes hand-in-hand with socialism.
 
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