Importance of foreign opinions
I noticed something in France, and I guess it must be the same in other European and World countries: Most of people have their opinion on the US elections subject. I often hear my friends say "Oh I would vote for kerry. Bush is an asshole." Or, "yeah WE must vote for Kerry" Whereas they're french. It's like everybody's opinion cares. But this is not the point if a 14 years old french kid wants to vote for Kerry. I mean that only Major Americans can make the decision. It would be easier that's true if world's citizen could vote. But they cannot. Yet, I think opinions all over the world can influence American's votes.
What's your foreigner from america's opinion about this?
_I hope I havn't make enormous language mistakes. Sorry if I had_
Mais en pensant Ó Lili Brik
Et Vladimir Ma´akovsky
Et leurs sourirs Ó peine Úteinds
Et les cent vingt croix de leurs mains
Leurs mains qui glissaient sur leurs skins
Se perdaient sur la moleskine...