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US Elections -- non-US views? by sminobe on 1 October 2004 10:56pm
 
Did any non-US folks watch our debates last night? Since our own press won't tell us what people in other countries think, I thought I'd ask this group -- I believe there's a rather wide range represented here, no?
 
Re: US Elections -- non-US views? by Helen on 2 October 2004 12:45am
 
great question.. !!!
I am very interested in this too....

 
Re: US Elections -- non-US views? by Louise on 2 October 2004 3:39am
 
Hi sminobe and Helen
To answer the first question, I have not seen that. But I`d have liked to have done so!
America rules the world now.

Lou the Brit
 
Re: US Elections -- non-US views? by Miss-M on 3 October 2004 9:04am
 
Well, it seems to me that John Kerry has spent too much time in a solarium. What colour IS that anyway?? As for Dubya, what can I say that hasn't already been said? "Roll em, roll em, roll em..."

Australia's federal election is on 9 October. I can barely contain my excitement... *insert gagging noises here*
 
Re: US Elections -- non-US views? by irishmanufan on 3 October 2004 1:56pm
 
i am not political . i hate politics and politcians . however the only english speaking chanell we had on our tv while we were away was cnn . so i saw the reaction to the big debate . it would have been about 2 am here when it was going out live but i saw some highlights . kerry got some good points over on bush . especially his response to bush's previous comment that we attack our enemy after he attacked us . kerry replied sadam hussein never attack us it was osama bin laden . boy did that make bush rather angry he snapped back i know sadamn huessien never attacked us . it was very funny to watch !
personally i think it is the people who won;t vote that will give bush the second term .
i think the comment made by an irish political pundit about our last general election can apply here too . he said choosing between the 2 main parties is like choosing wheather you should jump off the 13th or 14th floor of a building . it makes no difference .
Linda
don;t vote it only encourages them - billy connolly
 
Re: US Elections -- non-US views? by Helen on 3 October 2004 2:36pm
 
yeah, Kerry ate Dubya for lunch. It was embarrassing to watch.
I mean, this over blown, idiotic, glorified party boy is our PRESIDENT?
Ugh.....
Kerry better win, or it's Canada here I come....
 
Re: US Elections -- non-US views? by irishmanufan on 3 October 2004 7:17pm
 
you better be glad you don;t live in ireland then . you should see the eejit we have leading us alomost as bad as bush :0)
Linda
 
Re: US Elections -- non-US views? by americantraveler on 4 October 2004 6:43am
 
What was with Kerry's hand motions, looked like he was directing an airplane after landing, also how did he manage to get that radioactive orange look?
 
Re: US Elections -- non-US views? by John Kerry on 5 October 2004 9:58am
 
Oi!!!!!!!!!!
 
Re: US Elections -- non-US views? by Helen on 5 October 2004 4:03pm
 
John you need a new stylist!
Oh, you are american. We don't say "Oi!" .. we say, "Yo! You want a piece a dis?"
:)
 
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