Monday, October 20, 2008

If the world could vote

It makes sense that a lot of people all over the world are intensely interested in the outcome of the US presidential election even though they cannot vote in it. This site gives everyone, US citizen or not, the chance to 'vote'. I was somewhat surprised by the results so far when I visited the site this evening. I had no idea they would be so skewed!

So even if you can't vote in the real election, go ahead and vote anyway - online!


Stinking Billy said...

Well, I was supporting McCain, but only because of his sexy running mate, but now that Obama has got Hillary back onside it's no contest. Man, that Hillary is something else, I tell you! ;-)

Maddy said...

Well that is interesting. I don't know about you but although I keep my ear close to the ground [BBC America and BBC ipodcasts of the News] it's still difficult to really get a feel of opinions 'abroad.'

Maximus said...

After 8 years of a bumbling, fumbling, stumbling idiot, it has to be Obama.

Then again, I look at this from a Brit's perspective. I'm from a country where the brain-dead are unelectable, where the fact that you can see yourself having a beer with a guy is not on the list of criteria for electablility.

Running a country sghould be the responsibility of someone knowledgeable, principled and erudite. Obama's all 3.

The world needs a strong and stable America. Please folks, get it right this time.

Anonymous said...

Well, I voted for Obama but it's not because I know anything about his policies. It's a negative vote against another Bush clone and a disastrous potential VP.

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