Wednesday, March 10, 2010

The Great Communicator

Fifty French journalists have elected Daniel Cohn-Bendit the best political "communicant" in France. Whatever that means. When Sarko "communicates," it's a pejorative. When DCB does it, he's demonstrating "son franc-parler, son art consommé de la provocation." Whatever. I take it that this has nothing to do with the Roman Catholic Mass. In any case, Xavier Bertrand seems to exemplify what one should not do. But someone should tell the proofreaders at L'Express that Cécile's last name is Duflot, not Duplot (unless they're trying to suggest that she's party to some sort of conspiration with DCB).

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