It's "Love me tender" between the United States and France after President George W. Bush compared French President Nicolas Sarkozy with rock'n'roll singer Elvis Presley. Bush told NATO leaders at a Bucharest summit on Thursday that when Sarkozy visited the United States recently, he was seen as "the latest incarnation of Elvis". Such an example of "Burning love" marks a sea change from the "Suspicious minds" that clouded Franco-American relations under Sarkozy's predecessor, Jacques Chirac, who often seemed to see Washington as "The devil in disguise".
Bush has made clear the diminutive French leader, who recently married another singer, Carla Bruni, is now his "Good luck charm" and "My little friend". Sarkozy has shown he is "All shook up" by heaping praise on Bush as the first U.S. leader to understand the need for a strong European defense.
Bush Flatters Sarkozy As French ElvisApril 03, 2008 | People Source:ElvisMatters
Tomek wrote on April 03, 2008
I would use "Fool" or "Fool, Fool" title better than all others. Or maybe "It's Over", or "Until It's Time For You To Go". Don't use Elvis name this way please, pretty please with sugar on top...
Jerome wrote on April 04, 2008
soon he will be called Old Shep..
king al wrote on April 04, 2008
I'm totally against using Elvis' name in association with the "cleverest men in the world". Elvis always avoided giving his opinion about political things.