Thursday, September 24, 2009

Words fail ...

... Don’t cry at political scandal. It could be verse. (Hat tip, Paul Davis.)
The Princess and the President is a toe-curler. It is breathless, pretentious, inadvertently hilarious and monumentally self-regarding. But it is also rather magnificent, a demonstration of the melodrama that still animates the soul of French politics, and a taste for showing off that British politics has sadly lost.
Clearly, too many French politicians have been educated beyond their intelligence.

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