Well the US May Be 'Hated' Globally, But Something Is Going On

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    http://www.publiuspundit.com/?p=609

    Links to all found at site.

     
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    It makes sense when you read 'globally' as western Europe's elites, the Communists, and the Islamofascists.

    As for regular people, well....

    http://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory?id=551531


    http://www.dawn.com/2005/03/06/top11.htm
     
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    And the Neo-Libs will still continue to decry the United States at every chance.
     
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    Please don't take me as a Bible Thumping fanatic,,,,,,,but didn't Jesus say something about not being surprised if the world hates you? :confused:

    Seems like the whole world is going secular, or fanitically towards Islam, and is hating America even more as this trend grows. :confused:

    So many of the Christian tenets that made America what it is, is in turn vehemently hated by both European secularists, and radical Islamists. :confused:
     
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    Let's see - under Clinton, everybody liked us, nobody respected us and no one feared us at all.

    Under Bush practically nobody likes us, most people respect us and our enemies fear us.

    I'll take door number two, thank you.
     
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    If folks will separate the idea of democracy from Americas' stereotype they may find it more palatable---if they go democratic, who cares if they are our best buddies?
     

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