The world prefers Obama

Ethel C. Fenig
There is yet another reason to vote the McCain/Palin ticket. In an international poll by the BBC:
All 22 countries covered in the poll would prefer to see Senator Obama elected US president ahead of Republican John McCain.

In 17 of the 22 nations, people expect relations between the US and the rest of the world to improve if Senator Obama wins.

And why should the US worry about relations with the rest of the world?  Do they worry about their relations with the US? 
"Large numbers of people around the world clearly like what Barack Obama represents," GlobeScan chairman Doug Miller said.
Yes, he would join the international chorus kicking our country, the blame America first crowd,  so those countries could have a distraction for their citizens enabling them to ignore their home grown problems which they naturally expect the hated US to provide bail out money to solve. 
There is yet another reason to vote the McCain/Palin ticket. In an international poll by the BBC:
All 22 countries covered in the poll would prefer to see Senator Obama elected US president ahead of Republican John McCain.

In 17 of the 22 nations, people expect relations between the US and the rest of the world to improve if Senator Obama wins.

And why should the US worry about relations with the rest of the world?  Do they worry about their relations with the US? 
"Large numbers of people around the world clearly like what Barack Obama represents," GlobeScan chairman Doug Miller said.
Yes, he would join the international chorus kicking our country, the blame America first crowd,  so those countries could have a distraction for their citizens enabling them to ignore their home grown problems which they naturally expect the hated US to provide bail out money to solve.