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I've reread this a few times and can't distil a point from it. What's your argument exactly? Are you passing on the shock news that there exists a bar tender with right-wing opinions? Enlightening us that the far left (even by French standards!) often aren't very sensible?

Apparently the following (ignoring the long quotes about Democrats in the US):

  • A politician who says "You don't talk like them, you don't understand them and you offer no response whatsoever to what they experience on a daily basis."
  • A bartender who says "France will never succeed until we have the
right to hire and sack people whenever we like." What did the taxi-driver say?
* "Cohn-Bendit argues that the French left has refused to come to terms with the existence and predominance of the world market." So?

combine to show that "the left should listen to business". I don't understand why.

by Colman (colman at eurotrib.com) on Mon Oct 31st, 2005 at 11:24:43 AM EST

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