[Paleopsych] Re: Blue and Red States on a Global basis
shovland at mindspring.com
Fri Nov 19 23:41:54 UTC 2004
After the killing of a wounded, unarmed "insurgent" by
a US marine, I would expect that a poll of the Islamic
world would reveal an unprecedented level of undying
hatred for the US.
No amount of explanation will ever overwrite that image.
From: Geraldine Reinhardt [SMTP:waluk at earthlink.net]
Sent: Friday, November 19, 2004 3:30 PM
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Subject: Re: [Paleopsych] Re: Blue and Red States on a Global basis
I would have thought Bush's task after being elected
was to mold his allies into a common cause. That seems
to be what
we are now observing as Bush romances Chirac. Which of
European leaders still scorn Bush's lead? And what
I do think he's still part of the gameplan.
A new world-wide poll needs to be taken before the
Holidays. I think the Blue and Red States might offer
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> About 2-3 weeks before the election, the Financial
> (not a left-wing rag!) reported world-wide polls in
> which 3 nations supported Bush, 2 were neutral,
> and all others pro-Kerry. The 3 were Poland,
> Phillipines and Nigeria. The 2 were Thai land
> (one of the ties was Thai! sorry...) and India. Views
> of Islam clearly were in the background.
> My Division at NSF was mainly Indian and Nigerian,
> and we had some jokes...
> and some very embarrassed Indians. One of whom told
> me there was a new poll just
> before the election, and then it was only Poland. I
> didn't ping him for sources.
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