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Friday, September 13, 2013

How one finger livened-up the German election campaign

Peer Steinbrück, the SPD’s Chancellor Candidate graces the front cover of today’s Süddeutsche Magazine unapologetically flicking the bird.

Here's Steinbrück's picture interview in full, (quick fire questions, with 'wordless answers'):

" You’re called Mishap Peer, Problem Peer, Peerlusconi -- you’ve got no worries about being given nice nicknames?”
"Mr. Steinbrück, you and your wife have been married for 38 years. Your advice on a long and happy marriage?"

"Only 26% would vote currently for the SPD. Is that because of you?"

"The FDP leader Philipp Rösler says you don’t have capabilities to be Chancellor. Do you have a message for him?"

"Do you still wear a vest under your shirt?"

"On  scale of one-10: how good is Angela Merkel as a crisis manager? (1= terrible, 10= expert.)"

"How would you react if the Greens go into coalition with the CDU/CSU after the election due to a lack of alternatives?"


Anonymous said...

Well the Germans already have Hardy so why not give Laurel a go?


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