[quote="linkman2004":3gdd3tc6][quote="Bartosh":3gdd3tc6][quote="Ashley":3gdd3tc6]I wish politics in the UK was as interesting and inspirational as in America![/quote:3gdd3tc6]
yeah its Exciting , but vary little ever gets done. we just seem to move left and right, hardly ever forward.[/quote:3gdd3tc6]
Yeah, this right here
pretty much sums up American politics.[/quote:3gdd3tc6]
yup, im canaidian, under 18 and i understand this, america has HUGE campaigns, that go on till people get sick of them, no one remembers what obama said on the 3rd week 2nd day 8th hour of his campaign, what a waste of money. most uneducated americans dont even care to listen to what they have to say, all they do is vote based on what their friends/family are saying and want a democrat cause they blame everything on bush right now (ALOT of whats happening was congresses fault, they passed no laws to control the banks lending in any way.)
anyways, what america needs is a reform, not a freaking president, i doubt much will change, infact i think with obamas poor track record, well see that he wont live up to what people thought about him, and then people will get mad. obama will be in worse position than bush is, because america is in a worse position than it was then.
america should stop wasting so much time and money on things like elections, here in canada we take about a month to elect our prime-minister. and we are in a very good position economically, with no debt. he does a good job and well, we didnt waste years and 10s of millions of dollars on the campaign.
link man speaks the truth, or at least thats IMO