US Election

@bhanusb (5709)
India
November 3, 2012 3:30am CST
We have nothing to do with US internal policy. But we are concerned about US foreign policy. We feel comfort when Democrats are in power. Because they are moderate. It appears that Republicans are extremist. They support the rightest groups of different countries who are condemned in their own countries. Americans will choose their future leader. We the Non Americans are also eagerly waiting for the result American Election.
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• China
4 Nov 12
The result of American presidential election will certainly inflence US foreign policy.But I think,one nation's situations depend mostly on its domestic policies,or to put it more exactly,its own political system.Some external factors do have inluence upon one person's situation,but what plays the key role in his life is his own intercal cause.
@bhanusb (5709)
• India
5 Nov 12
Yes both foreign and and domestic policies influence to get popular vote. The general people are concerned about their own interest and accordingly they vote for the suitable candidate.
@Rollo1 (16713)
• Boston, Massachusetts
3 Nov 12
Another good reason to vote Romney. Other countries feel it is in their best interests to have Obama. I want a president who operates in the best interest of MY country, not see to the best interests of other countries to the detriment of the US. Sorry, this is my president, my country.
@bhanusb (5709)
• India
5 Nov 12
Yes definitely your President. It is natural that you will consider who will better serve your country's interest.
@ram_cv (16516)
• India
3 Nov 12
There was a poll conducted by one of the agencies to see who different companies want to win in the elections. All the countries except for one want Obama back in the office. The one country that did want Romney in the office was Pakistan, probably holding Obama responsible for the recent drone attacks. Cheers! Ram
@bhanusb (5709)
• India
5 Nov 12
I think Pakistan will be more happy if Romney wins. Republicans are more friendly to Pakistan than the Democrats.