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France's Le Pen is visiting Lebanon on 19 February

HannaTheCrusader

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The hijab show that she did in the Lebanese Dar al Ifta2 would get her few more million women voters!

BTW, where are the anti-Trump-like feminist marches and protests supporting this female candidate? Walla the hypocrite media and the march organizers such as Soros and his leftist friends think that French women deserve less than American women?!?!? Hillary is no better than Marine :troll::troll: LOL


Independent wrote an article that she went to Lebanon onky to find out that the Christians were against her

Bloody liberal media
 

Dark Angel

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Macron and left in the same sentence is pretty much the biggest joke I've heard in 2017 so far.
if you read carefully you will understand why macron and left are in the same sentence. it was self explanatory. the left were not able to produce any real candidate after the holande fiasco. so their only hope is indeed macron, otherwise the election is going to be between fillon and le pen.

do you still find it funny? macron himself was a member of the socialist party and he quit the party to run as an independent so that he would improve his chances. so can you explain to me where is the joke? though i do have a keen sense of humour, but this one is beyond me :p
 

Random

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if you read carefully you will understand why macron and left are in the same sentence. it was self explanatory. the left were not able to produce any real candidate after the holande fiasco. so their only hope is indeed macron, otherwise the election is going to be between fillon and le pen.

do you still find it funny? macron himself was a member of the socialist party and he quit the party to run as an independent so that he would improve his chances. so can you explain to me where is the joke? though i do have a keen sense of humour, but this one is beyond me :p
Macron was never in any of Hollande's cabinets as a member of the Parti Socialiste, he was in fact an independent in all of them (last time he was a member was way back in 2009, way before Hollande was even elected). But besides all of that his economic positions can hardly be considered as lefty.
And I still believe the ACTUAL left has a chance if Hamon (PS) and Mélenchon (Front de Gauche) can come to an agreement. If polls are anything to go by, together they'd be credited with over 25%
 

HannaTheCrusader

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You may be wondering why I am ignoring you -- I tend to ignore so-called people whose mental faculties do not exceed that of a brick.

mahdoum yet not funny..actually pure evil

the liberal jew who loves sharia in usa and hates it in israel

well the muslims said that they want you guys inside ovens, they said that last week in the us of a

shoud shou beddalk te3moul, you think when these terrorists takes over a place, they will kill us only

you guys are on top of the list looooooooooool
 

Dark Angel

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Macron was never in any of Hollande's cabinets as a member of the Parti Socialiste, he was in fact an independent in all of them (last time he was a member was way back in 2009, way before Hollande was even elected). But besides all of that his economic positions can hardly be considered as lefty.
And I still believe the ACTUAL left has a chance if Hamon (PS) and Mélenchon (Front de Gauche) can come to an agreement. If polls are anything to go by, together they'd be credited with over 25%

macron presented himself all the way as a leftist, until couple of months prior to the elections, in a bid to gain more votes, he now pretends to be everything everyone wants him to be.

In his book Revolution, published in November 2016, Macron presented himself as both a "leftist" and a "liberal"

if he presents himself as a liberal leftist, then maybe this is what he is in reality.

even in all the older polls prior to his announcement that he was an independent, macron is listed as a potential parti socialiste candidate, all the way until august 2016. it was a smart move from his side, but i suspect that his numbers are still quite inflated, even with the support of bayrou i expect he will land two or three points behind fillon when the elections come.

i do not think melonchon and hammon can get along together, chances are they will not manage to present a unified front, in the second round both their votes will go against Le Pen, this is the closest they will get to an understanding it seems.

there are my personal expectations, but again, only time will tell.
 

The Bidenator

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mahdoum yet not funny..actually pure evil

the liberal jew who loves sharia in usa and hates it in israel

well the muslims said that they want you guys inside ovens, they said that last week in the us of a

shoud shou beddalk te3moul, you think when these terrorists takes over a place, they will kill us only

you guys are on top of the list looooooooooool

Refer to my previous post:

You may be wondering why I am ignoring you -- I tend to ignore so-called people whose mental faculties do not exceed that of a brick.
 
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