Sunday, October 25, 2009

Courtly Love

The troubadour-in-chief considers the phenomenon of the republican court that gathers around presidents.

2 comments:

yabonn_fr said...

Troubadour? He'll play a danse macabre, then.

Moquet's letter, the jewish children in CM2 and the "african man", who hasn't "entered history" - the guy is a weirdo.

No wonder he gets along well with Dear Leader.

meshplate said...

Guaino is disingenuous: Elysée comm. office talking points in defense of Jeannot are hardly spontaneous. However, in a broader context, he is correct that toadying is still an ugly operating principle of French society.