The French Vote

Okay, they don't have a vote in our Presidential election, but a new survey of French people released after last night's debate shows that 87% of all French people would vote for JF Kerry, while 13% -- God love 'em -- would vote for the President.

But only 57% thought U.S.-French relations would improve with a Kerry Administration.
"We are in a logic of 'Anything but Bush,'' Andre Kaspi, a professor in North American history at Paris's Sorbonne University, told La Croix.

"French people know little about John Kerry, but it doesn't matter. Whoever the candidate was against George Bush, he would get the same support here."
Don't worry. They don't vote.



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