FOR MONSIEUR NICHOLAS SARKOZY IT LOOKS LIKE IT'S AU REVOIR
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FOR MONSIEUR NICHOLAS SARKOZY IT LOOKS LIKE IT'S AU REVOIR

Paris : France | Apr 23, 2012 at 1:13 PM PDT
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It looks as if for Nicholas Sarkozy it's over,

Cheering in Calais could be heard in Dover.

President Sarkozy looks like he is off hire,

Francois Holland's irons being put in the fire.

Could he be the inspiration EU needs to recover ?

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Nicholas Sarkozy is in the US
Nicholas Sarkozy is in the US
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