French President-elect Macron has won the French election in much the same way that Obama won in 2008, first by narrowly defeating the insider candidates (like Hillary) and then by defeating a very weak opponent (like McCain) in the final election. The question is how French voters will react in next month's Parliamentary elections once they get over the thrill of electing a young politically correct leftist (like Obama). American voters had to wait two years to express second thoughts about the direction their new President was taking the country; French voters need only wait a month before waking up to their new President's bleak vision of a steadily declining future for their country. I predict that, next month, French voters will express grave doubts about their Presidential choice by electing majorities in their parliament who will strongly oppose Macron's policies. Sound familiar?