The list of countries leftists like Alex Baldwin can threaten (promise?) to flee to if another Republican is elected president is thinning. France and Germany have elected fairly pro-American leaders, and now Denmark, the brave country that withstood the both Nazis and Islamofascists with its integrity intact, has re-elected Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen, strong supporter of the war on terror. The BBC reports:
Denmark's centre-right government of Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen has won a snap election, securing a third consecutive term in office.
His Liberal-Conservative coalition and allies won 90 of the 179 seats in parliament, near complete results show.
The centre-left opposition led by the Social Democrats secured 84 seats.
Mr Rasmussen now faces tough talks on whether to expand the ruling bloc by including a new party led by a Syria-born Palestinian immigrant.
Turnout was higher than in the previous poll, held in 2005, at over 86%.
Needless to say, the major media play down the news that American leftists were wrong in stating that the Bush Administration has alienated our allies, and the we stand alone.