The Logic Lifeline

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Monday, April 10, 2006

Chirac pulls typical liberal strategy - cut and run

In the face of violence, Chirac has tucked his tail between his legs and ran. Chirac says they will throw out a law that would allow businesses to look after their interests by instituting a trial period when hiring youthful employees. Currently, once hired employers are stuck with them for good (barring a virtual act of God). The law was good for France and good for the youth had they thought it through. Unemployment among youth is very high as employers do not want to take risks on those without a work record. This law would make employers more willing to give them a chance.

However, the youth reacted with continued violence and in the end Chirac caved. A typical liberal response. Where a conservative will stay the course in the face of a challenge, you can always count on a liberal to cut and run. The lesson is continuously taught, but too often not learned.


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