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Finally the French get something right.

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  1. stokinpls

    stokinpls Well-Known Member

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    "Sarkozy pours scorn on Obama's 'inexperience'

    Danny Brierley
    17.04.09

    FRENCH president Nicolas Sarkozy has labelled his US counterpart Barack Obama "inexperienced and indecisive".

    The unflattering assessment of Mr Obama's political abilities came during a sweeping broadside against a host of world leaders. Mr Sarkozy has also reportedly labelled the Spanish leader as dim, the German Chancellor as clinging on to France's coat tails and the head of the European Commission as irrelevant.

    In the latest candid communiqués from the Elysée Palace, Mr Sarkozy was quoted as telling an all-party group of MPs that Mr Obama "was elected two months ago and had never run a ministry. There are a certain number of things on which he has no position. And he is not always up to standard on decision making and efficiency".

    The French president is reportedly irritated by suggestions that Mr Obama convinced China to reach a compromise with Mr Sarkozy over tax havens, and allegedly also claimed that the US leader had "underperformed" on the issue of climate change. He is also said to be annoyed at the almost universal praise for Mr Obama in the world's media.

    Claude Askolovitch, a commentator close to the Elysée Palace, wrote: "The president is annoyed at what he sees as the naivety and herd mentality."
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    Phonier than Kerry.

    Dumber than Bush.

    More lost than Captain Jack Sparrow
     
  2. hoggy

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    "Phonier than Kerry.

    Dumber than Bush.

    More lost than Captain Jack Sparrow"

    If that's not right on than nothing is.
     
  3. RobertT

    RobertT Well-Known Member

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    LMAO, if only our politicians would speak so bluntly. I can think of a few posters here who aptly fit the description. Trappy, where art thou? Well, perhaps Trappy is not phonier than Kerry.

    Robert
     
  4. Barrelbulge(Fl)

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    Likes to shoot,one thing about the French we cannot ignore is the fact that when our nation was forming they did come to our aid against the English. Nothing else good to say about them. Bulge.
     
  5. shannon391

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    They broke the election down to "MCsame" or "change" for our misgiuded and under educated population.

    The "change" sounded refreshing but the reality now sets in.
     
  6. stokinpls

    stokinpls Well-Known Member

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    "Your agreeing with the likes of the French president. LOL "

    When your buddy Chirac was in office I'll bet you hung on his every word when he was bad mouthing Bush and counting his oil kickbacks from the othe Hussein.

    And, by the way, it's "you're". LOL
     
  7. Barrelbulge(Fl)

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    Geese ctreay, wops and krauts?? You're not predjudiced are you? How about Kikes, Koons, and Katholics also. Bulge. LOL
     
  8. jsteenson

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    He got iy right because he isn't French!!!!!Jack
     
  9. Don Steele

    Don Steele Well-Known Member

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    Sarkozy was elected to change France's direction. It's been refreshing to see him working at it. It seems that even the French were tired of being "the French"...
    Wonder what our country will look like when enough Americans are ready to quit "Hoping for change" and just get back to work.
     
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