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Should Jean-Marie Le Pen form his own political party based upon his far-right beliefs?

  • Yes I do.

    I think that Jean-Marie Le Pen should form his own political party if he feels it is something that he wants to do something about it. Everyone should be allowed to form their own political parties if they have a strong belief in one type of thinking or view on subject.

  • Le Pen Party

    Jean-Marie Le Pen should form his own political party based upon his views. Not many people will join it, but at least he has some kind of name recognition that will get contributions flowing into his corner. Le Pen is old and won't be around much longer. He already founded one party, so why not go out with a bang and found another one?

  • If France is truly a contemporary democracy then JeanMarie Le Pen should be able to form his own political party.

    If France is truly a contemporary society like it claims to be there should be no reason at all why Jean Marie Le Pen should not be able to form his own political party.Even though his opinions may not be the most popular he should be able to test their viability in a public forum.

  • No, Jean-Marie Le Pen should not

    Jean-Marie Le Pen is so far to the right that it is incredibly dangerous. If he gets a large amount of followers behind him, there could be a lot of hell to pay. Any fringe mind of that caliber should just stay out of the public eye, because the results are often terrible.

  • New parties don't win elections.

    No, Jean-Marie Le Pen should not form his own political party based on his far-right beliefs, because new political parties don't often win elections. Le Pen should take a lesson from the Tea Party, who can tell you how hard it is for political parties to break away and form new ones. Le Pen would be better off to work to try to generate support within his own party.


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