Hollande, Sarkozy set to advance in French election

Apr 22, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Boston.com

Socialist Francois Hollande and conservative President Nicolas Sarkozy are heading for a runoff in their race for France's presidency, according to partial official results in a vote that could alter the European political and economic landscape.

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Alexandre

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May 5, 2012
 
Aliroger1 wrote:
Is the little pekkerhead crying yet? I can't wait to see Sarkozy sobbing like a little girl. I bet his stupid wife leaves him shortly after he loses. She will only stick around with the short guy as long as he is president.
You sure got that right, I give it a few weeks until she dumps him. But he would have deserved it.

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ronan wrote:
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The French elections are on Sunday, I have a big hard on!!!!!
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you are sick!!
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Je suis un petit branleur qui a sa tete dans son cul; c'est pour cela que je ne vois pas plus loin quele bout de mon nez!!
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Well said!

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May 6, 2012
 
Greg wrote:
Socialists from France have great candidate at last. Good, honest, great politician with great proposals and Frenchman. Good luck.
everything is ok but dont show your racisme by adding " frenchman " . Even French people are not racist like u . Fean├žois is a good , honest and a great politician with great proposals and he will serve the country without RACISME ! He respects the immigrants who work for FRANCE ! He respects the poor people and abandoned french villages ! He will do his work with passion ! He promised and he will finish it ! Nicolas Sarkozy promised many things in 2007 but he coudnt ...

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May 6, 2012
 
the examiner wrote:
What if the Frontists ( with 18 percent of the total votes ) vote for Sarkozy. Sarkozy may still win in the second round.
lol

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Ed Ortiz wrote:
<quoted text>Socialism in France and America......The end of days is NEAR.
ha ha funny

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May 6, 2012
 
ronan wrote:
<quoted text>And like a fool you believed him.

Nobody is going to "clean the arabs with a karcher" from France.

They are there legally, and most are also French citizen now.

You can abandon that dream and stop being so gullible when somebody says that: it won't happen.

Also, it's the Gaullists who first invited Arabs in France when they signed an agreement with Algeria to sponsor immigration to France in the 60s. Now Sarko and the UMP don't tell you that!
well said !

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