Sunday, 3 July 2011

Strauss-Kahn is no contemporary Casanova

Strauss-Kahn is definitely not a contemporary Casanova

In France people seem to think that Dominique Strauss-Kahn still has a political future:

Despite all this, a poll published by Harris Interactive on Sunday showed a majority of 49 percent of French people now approved of Strauss-Kahn returning to politics, with 45 percent opposed.

Read the entire article here

Important people in the French socialist party now even talk about the possibility of a Strauss-Kahn candidacy in the forthcoming presidential elections. It appears that DSK is now looked upon as some kind of a contemporary Casanova in his native country.
However, the French socialists might do well to think twice about his candidacy. Strauss-Kahn is neither a Casanova, nor a very honorable man, if what the New York Post writes is true:

Multiple versions have emerged of what happened next, but nobody disputes that the 32-year-old maid performed oral sex on the Frenchman known as "the Great Seducer."
Sources now tell The Post that when the two were finished, the woman demanded cash from Strauss-Kahn -- but he refused to pay.

If this socialist could afford a $3000 a night suit (courtesy of his rich wife) in a luxury New York hotel, he should have been able to pay the maid for the sex he bought.

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