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    Sunday, April 22, 2007

    Sarkozy 2008

    Well, I am officially endorsing Nicolas Sarkozy for US President in 2008. Of course, he is not eligible to be the US president, but I ask...why can't we find a candidate like he for the US? He's adamantly against high taxes, against promotion of the welfare state, against excessively open borders, and against a huge deficit. And unlike American politicians, his platform is not just lip-service; he acts on these ideals.

    2 Comments:

    Anonymous Debbie said...

    Count me in on Sarkozy. I remember how he acted and his remarks when the 'youths' were rioting and burning cars in France. France would be better off (as would the US) with him in office.

    10:41 AM  
    Blogger Jimmy K. said...

    France is down the drain with either candidate, when the majority learn they can vote and get other peoples money, then the republic is dead. Too many give away programs in France.

    7:39 PM  

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