In the last election in Argentina, members of the Left Front, what the bourgeois press are calling the “hard left”, got a million votes which translated into 5% of the seats. Much of the population, the Left Front, and the radical right in Argentina are unhappy with centrist Fernandez. Fernandez and his party are probably going to take a pounding. The Left Front is no ordinary social democratic party. Some of its candidates are working class and the Left Front has a foothold in working class districts. Among other stances, it has called for nationalization of the banks and foreign trade and the repudiation of foreign debt.