People get tensed around here. I have a hard time focusing on my work, my life. We're all floating. Even at my yoga class, we had to talk about it. Sunday, we'll know. And we'll be able to resume our lives. In what world... we don't know yet.
That people can vote for Sarkozy I really don't get.
I don't get how they can vote for someone who wrote the French publication foreword for Gianfranco Fini's book.
I don't get how they can vote for someone who wrote in his program "Work is Freedom" when we know what it refers to.
I don't get how they can vote for someone who said we have to make the difference between the beautiful and the ugly - he'll have to tell me what "beautiful" means exactly.
I don't get how they can vote for someone who spent months dragging the extreme right-wing voters.
I don't get how they can vote for someone who offers to work more to earn more when we know it's not a question of working more but of working better.
These are just a handful of reasons. Most other ones lie in the Socialist party program. You have to hear and see her defending it. She's tough. She's righteous. From education and research to environmental issues and employment, what she proposes is a breath of fresh air, a strong vision for our future. She clearly stated that our task is to build our society based on innovation and knowledge. I'ts ambitious, it's long-term, it's broad. None of Sarkozy's little scheme to reduce whatever big corporations can save out of nothing. Ségolène Royal is defending a creative and imaginative enterprise. Sarkozy is all about same ol', same ol' recipe we already know about that is a perfect plan for failure. The danger there is that more than failure we'll have to bear 5 years of retrograd politics that we'll take us back way behind where we are now, which is already so fragile.
Should there be any doubt, just wonder about the political achievement you care for the most and imagine it being taken away from you. Nothing should ever be taken for granted, especially in politics.