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Yes, but not Kerry. John Kerry defined himself only as an negativistic flaky, glib antidote to President Bush. His Fresh Start formula was a deodorant commercial.
Kerry failed to present a plan that was more substantial than his seduction of the Self-Made Boheme spat back into the emetic pan.
Bush is not the British pound.
Billionaire uberliberal George Soros said he would run Bush out of the White House in the same way he pounded the British pound out of the Exchange Rate Mechanism in 1992.
Soros spent over $26 million to lynch Bush, more than any single donor or political action committee.
Soros said on Oct. 28 at the National Press Club in Washington, "I'm really proud of what I have done." - Not good policy for attracting investors: In 1992, Soros gambled $10 billion that the Brits could not be able to defend the sterling trading would have to drop it. He was right. He made $1 billion, = a 10 % return on his investment - -one big oops!-
European Media, Stay Home:
Europe endorsed Kerry. That's the biggest kiss of death, made even more painful when sealed with Eurovenom, and an equivalent of a blessing from Al Gore.
The U.S. press, no matter how Orwellian and liberal, never involves itself in elections of a candidate for chancellor of Germany or president of France.
Europe has to find some other forms of fun. Versailles, Trafalgar Square, San Souci - it is all digicamera-pretty, but it's a tool of art, and a poor qualification for pompous but impotent teaching of its stagnant growth ideas to the rest of the world.
Europawn press is better off devoting its efforts to bringing new ideas, i. e., the ones that are younger than 200 years, to Old Europe, it is safer: there are no dumb cowboys to blow their Chamberlain hot-air balloon off course.
Let them pitch that deodorant.
Hollywood and academia came out in fool force for John Kerry. An unholy union of national-socialist scientists signed a petition to dethrone Bush. Springsteen and Kerry did some fashionable gigs, two giddy zillionaires united for what they said was the working man.
Mainstream USA does not care what the folks in La-La land think about their hobby campaigns, it might as well be the best Beverly Hills nosejob surgeon for U.S. President.
Despite what the press said, I knew that American working man dudn't pay any attention to what the beautiful or professorial or them European people think about substantive issues.
The average American working man is not into the publicity-whipping Internet forum polls. They went to the polls.