Sarkozy on the rocks

Nikolas Sarkozy, President of France, has fallen precipitously in polls, and plans to do something about it.

Greg Milam of Sky News reports:
A new poll for Paris Match, released today to coincide with the TV appearance, shows that 72% of French people are unhappy with his performance. Only 17% think he is better than his predecessors.

Barack Obama take note:

Sarkozy will be grilled by five journalists during the 90-minute live TV show to be broadcast on the country's two main channels.

If Obama were to allow journalists not in his cult (as Chris Matthews, Tom Shales and others are) to grill him for ninety minutes on  live TV, he might arrest his decline. Of course, without a teleprompter and script he may not be at his best.

Hat tip: Joseph Crowley
Nikolas Sarkozy, President of France, has fallen precipitously in polls, and plans to do something about it.

Greg Milam of Sky News reports:
A new poll for Paris Match, released today to coincide with the TV appearance, shows that 72% of French people are unhappy with his performance. Only 17% think he is better than his predecessors.

Barack Obama take note:

Sarkozy will be grilled by five journalists during the 90-minute live TV show to be broadcast on the country's two main channels.

If Obama were to allow journalists not in his cult (as Chris Matthews, Tom Shales and others are) to grill him for ninety minutes on  live TV, he might arrest his decline. Of course, without a teleprompter and script he may not be at his best.

Hat tip: Joseph Crowley