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Vote Bush, Piss Off France

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Paris, France, Oct. 27 (UPI) -- French officials and politicians are worrying about the pending outcome of next week's U.S. presidential elections, which they fear President George W. Bush could win, prolonging the standoff with France over Iraq and the Middle East crisis.

French fear is almost universal as the latest official polls show that 85 percent of the French support Democratic candidate Sen. John Kerry.

Politicians are raising questions as to how France should react after Nov. 2 if Bush wins a second mandate. Will France need to change its policies vis-a-vis Arab causes, notably Iraq and the Palestinian-Israeli conflict?

Let's piss off the French!


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Comments (5)

"piss off the French."... (Below threshold)
LargeBill:

"piss off the French."

I'm all for that. However, there are many other good reasons to vote for Bush. But if there are people out there who need another reason that one should work.

This is a simple propositio... (Below threshold)
JD:

This is a simple proposition, if and when President Bush is re-elected, France will simply surrender to Greenland.

Just goes to show you who s... (Below threshold)
Jim:

Just goes to show you who supports Kerry: our enemies, the left-wing wacko America haters and the French. LOL

I can't imagine a better wa... (Below threshold)
J. PELAEZ:

I can't imagine a better way to show the French that America is strong in its resolve to fight the war on terrorism and spread freedom for the people of Afghanistan and Iraq from the decades of oppression,
while they were fattening their wallets with the oil for food debacle, while purporting to be the bastions of LIberte??????????

Why shouldn't France be wor... (Below threshold)
Nick Watkinson:

Why shouldn't France be worried, I'm worried, and I live in Britain. Having Bush at the reins of one of the most powerful bodies in the world, or if you take another interpretation, on the reins of someone else.. is not a happy thought. The French may have an 85% pro-Kelly vote, but Britain is close behind.




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