Sunday, April 22, 2007
CNN is following the work of three French bloggers on the night of the presidential elections. You can read their blogs here:

Loic Le Meur

Gilles Klein

Hugues Serraf
I have enough to take in and worry about with Bush as President of the USA without thinking about or voicing an opinion on the French Election.

But, just like America to get involved in yet another country, and their government.

I'm sure Americans and citizens around the world could give an honest opinion on who will win the Presidency of France based on the Media Coverage!

A more interesting Quick Vote poll might be:
"Do you think President Bush should be Impeached?"
I'm sure the Yes votes around the world will win that one.
Thank Ben Wedeman for reminding us of Alan's captivity. And thank you for your reporting.

John, London
Why is there note more coverage of Alan's captivity. Thank you for reminding us. This is important.
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