Napoleon III of France and George W in a Trance
Napoleon III was the last monarch of France.
George W seeks for his kingship to enhance!
Napoleon III used a coup de etat to become a dictator.
George W will be found guilty of fraud sooner or later!
Napoleon III had Paris modernized and rebuilt.
George W has left New Orleans drowning in its own silt!
Napoleon III had Victor Hugo as an exiled critic.
George W threatens critics with the Patriot Act for becoming too analytic!
Napoleon III and Maximilian in Mexico created a storm.
George W and his immigration reform are just lukewarm!
Napoleon III was pro-Confederacy during the Civil War.
George W is pro-Halliburton as funds into it he does pour!
Napoleon III allied with Britain in the Crimean War.
George W allied with Britain for endless Iraq War!
Napoleon III suffered a war defeat at the Battle of Sedan.
George W suffers as a fool for Iran!
Napoleon III goaded Prussia and created the modern German state.
George W only fumbles into creating more extremists at an alarming rate!
Napoleon III saw many of his grandoise plans come to naught.
George W will eventually the same lessons be taught!
Stupid is as stupid does - in any language!
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