UK Papers, out to shock
Ya gotta give UK papers credit, at least they wear their bias on their sleeves, and don't try to hide it in non-existent "objectivity" or "balanced" reporting.
Being on the other side of the pond, you'd have to think that the average UK resident knows much, much less about American politics than most US residents. They know, at most, that Bush is "for the rich" while Kerry is (was) "for the poor," or that President Bush "likes oil" while John Kerry just "acts royal."
Yet they all seem to have an opinion on who should be President.
Posted by jkhat at November 4, 2004 09:39 AM
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If the Europeans were more responsible with their own goverments, they wouldn't need to be so concerned with ours. I get a little chuckle every time I see some European passionate about US politics, but unable to vote here. I get an even bigger chuckle about people from countries that can't even vote for their own leaders trying to impose their choices on us.