<a href="http://apnews.myway.com/article/20081105/D948S6BG0.html">link here</a> (voices from around the world) -- snippet:<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>"No doubt that Obama will be better for the Americans and the whole world, and being elected after the horrible policy of George Bush is enough by itself. Whatever change he can bring to the world after this catastrophic polices would be great." - Hisham Abu Amer, 28, in the West Bank town of Ramallah.<br><br>---<br><br>"Today, reality in America has superseded fantasy. ... Americans have struck a deadly blow to racism all over the world. Americans have regained themselves and have regained the American dream. The picture of the U.S. that was disfigured by the Republicans in the past eight years fell from the wall today. The picture of the America we had in our minds has taken its place." - Prominent Saudi columnist Dawood al-Shirian. <p><hr></blockquote><p>this thinking that America of today is different than America of yesterday can only help us with regard to the negative attitudes that have lead to hatred of the USA over the last decade.<br><br>--<br>[color:red] Kansas Jayhawks -- 2008 National Champions </font color=red>
Well anyone other then Bush would have gotten immediate respect , even them Arab dudes liked Palin <br><br>IMO - what did it the most is when Obama said he would talk without pre-conditions - this opens the door to dialog without a stiff arm - shute even the Taliban now is willing to talk<br><br>
International understood the reason for removing the Taliban even the Arab League of Nations gave their approval - I was Iraq that really turned the world off , it was simply stupid to go there.<br><br>Obama agrees that the US should get out of Iraq ASAP and turn those resources over to Afghanistan to get Bin Laden and then get the h3ll outa there as well . Which should have been our focus all along not Iraq .<br><br>
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