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Who Else Finds The Us Elections Funny?

This US election is turning out to be the funniest I've ever witnessed in my short 24 years on earth.

The clownish lies told by the McCain camp, the unbelievable gaffes Joe Biden comes up with everyday, the sacarstic choice of McPalin and her constant flipping of the republican ticket (Palin/McCain instead of McCain-Palin), the laughable commentary FOX news spews everyday, the fact that the Iranian president is now seen as making more sense than George Bush at the UN Gen. Assembly, the ridiculous attempts by the McCain camp to shield Palin from the press.

While this is funny, nothing beats the decision by McCain to suspend his campaign and focus on the trouble on Wallstreet. This coming immediately after it was just revealed that his campaign manager has been collecting money from two of the major firms involved in the recent market crash. Wow.

What next should we expect?

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Please move to the "Foreign Affairs" board!

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America is crumbling in the face of global changes and competitions.It has been one sided for so long but now the rest of the world is catching with economic and social independence with limited resources available for all,it is a case of survival of the fittest now,not in terms of brutality but diplomacy and equitable management.

The time of g8 is almost over,it has to be redefine.

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America and indeed cannot afford to have another 4 years of that Republican Rule. Everyone is blaming greedy CEOs, bonuses, lack of regulation and oversight for the crash of the market.

What nobody seems ready to say (apart from the Iranian President, that is) is that there is a tangible relationship between spending over 10 billion dollars a month on senseless wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and the market crashing. The truth is America will never win either of those wars, but that has not stopped George Bush draining American resources on those silly wars, sticking his nose where it's not needed, paying very little attention to what is going on in his own country.

Unfortunately, the rest of the world is somehow financially connected to America and this crisis with wall street is directly connected to the uncertainty in the financial world today.

If anyone person should be held accountable, it should be George Bush. Now McCain is trying to hood-wink Americans into voting him to the most influential post in the world ( and by default, Sarah Palin).

I hate to think which direction this world be heading within the next four years if McCain becomes the next US president. Initially my support for Obama was more to do with skin color, but now it's so blatantly obvious McCain is actually a disaster in the making. Not only for America, but the rest of the world. Even other world leaders are subtly trying to endorse Obama.

Well, in spite of all my rantings, I still don't have a say in who becomes president of the US. I hope the American people vote with their heads and not based on silly sentiments like race and sex.

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