I personally believe that it is a disaster; 12 more years in the wrong direction (4 + 8 with Hillary Clinton - Bill Clinton knew exactly what he was doing when he let her protective President Obama from reality and Libya until yesterday). Think the US right behind my state of California right behind the glories of modern Greece.
At 10:40 PM 11/6/2012, GS Chandy wrote: >I personally believe Obama's win is 'potentially' a very good thing >indeed for the US and for the world - for anyone who believes in the >democratic rights of ALL people, everywhere (as against the >undemocratic rights of the rich). Maybe - just MAYBE; no guarantees >here!! - the US will now at last provide some much-needed world >leadership in this direction. > >Admittedly, Obama has not by any means fulfilled the promise that he >showed before his election - nor has he adequately fulfilled his >promises made to the US and to the world before his election. > >I notice that another thread has deplored and found worrisome >Obama's admission to being mathematically illiterate - though he was >defended there to the effect that it was only in jest that he had >admitted this. In jest or seriously - that IS surely a worrisome >matter for the kind of leadership that the US can provide the world >in the difficult years to come. > >GSC