Friday, June 20, 2008

Why should Americans elect the next American president?

Or so went the query of a Londoner, speaking to NRO's Byron York:

"I have a friend in London, very Euro in outlook, who is terrifically frustrated and worried about the election. His chief concern: the role of Americans. “It’s a pity that Americans are the ones who elect the president,” he says. “It would be much better if the people of the world voted on the American president.” And guess who would be elected in such a scenario? Here’s a hint: It’s not John McCain."

And it sounds like the guy was really serious.
Sheesh! Obama-mania around the world runs rampant.
And read the entire article--very poor thinking about just who has what "rights" runs rampant, too.