Bush Gets Foreign Leader 'Endorsement'

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    Not communist, not Old Europe. Rather a country too close to the bad neighborhoods, happier to have proven consistancy and leadership:

    http://www.captainsquartersblog.com/mt/archives/002596.php

     
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    The world's largest democracy is indeed "America's natural ally in the region."
     
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    this is nice... we should now win all of Asia's electoral votes (i think the Chinese prefer Bush because he plays nice because of them cooperating with the WOT). Seriously, it is good to have the "endorsement" and tacit support of the freely and fairly elected leaders of a billion (and a few more) people.
     
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    "Indians...fear Democrats are too ideologically driven on foreign policy".

    I marvel that more nations don't see this. A strong, sovereign America, acting in it's own best interests, can only mean good for our friends around the world - if, indeed, they ARE our friends. Neither candidate gets particularly high marks from me in this department, but at least President Bush doesn't HATE America.
     

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