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Mishiko does not deserve a place in paradise2011-09-27 19:09
Last weekend Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili had fun pronouncing inviolable truths highlighting exclusive importance of wine-making in Sakartvelo and reminding who brought corn to Europe to the illiterate audience. The brightest statement of the Georgian leader was that the year of election should not be a year of economic downgrade. However, he could not do without his usual eccentricity saying he would love to grant the voting right to 3-4 year-old toddlers and confessed he does not deserve a place in paradise yet.
deserve a place in paradise yet.
Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili revealed a secret about part of his nation that loves his most. As it turns out, little children of tender years are devoted fans of the president. "If 3-4 year toddlers had the right to vote, the United National Movement would have always stayed in power", - Saakashvili said in an interview with Imedi TV. Hearing that one may think that starting from the age of 5 children begin to think more seriously about life getting less enthusiastic about the president and policies he pursues.
This circumstance somehow brings the president down. After all, he loses the most benevolent part of the electorate! It is so sad that under-fives can't attend polling stations. In conclusion the leader of Georgia stated he would love to "grant the voting right to children of 3-4 years old". He immediately added it was a joke. Good of him. You never know with Mishiko when he jokes and when he does not.
In a fit of sincerity Saakashvili confessed: indeed, sometimes he exaggerates things in his speeches and is sorry about that afterwards. However, Mishiko's conclusion is most unexpected: he does not have to learn to hold his tongue. "We all, including me, have freedom of speech. Yet, it is important to have respect for ideas of others", - the Georgian leader emphasized. Those who laugh at absurdities, not those who talk nonsense, are to blame.