Will a new president in the United States change the way other nations view us?

@SimplyMe (373)
United States
December 29, 2006 2:27pm CST
In two years the U.S. will be electing an new president. I think Americans are getting extremely frustrated about how the world views us and is ready to elect someone radically different from Bush. Do you think a new president, completely different from Bush, with fresh new ideas and a caring demeanor can/will restore our good reputation and good will with other countries?
3 responses
• United States
29 Dec 06
Who throwing their hat into that ring bceasue they have alot of mess to clean up. This is an election that everyone needs to go to the polls to vote. We need a different kind of president this time.
@SimplyMe (373)
• United States
30 Dec 06
I agree with you. It is a job that I certainly wouldn't want, but the right person could bring better things to the country than what we currently have.
@easwizz (203)
• United States
29 Dec 06
If it did, it wouldnt be by much. I think other countries view us as a population. Yes, a large part of that is constructed by our president, but I think if that changed, countries would view us as the American People, and less on the leader.
@srhelmer (6934)
• Beaver Dam, Wisconsin
29 Dec 06
I think the world view might change because, whenever the rest of the world thinks about what we do wrong, they think of Bush. However, in reality, I don't think US policy is going to change that much with a new president since Congress is still the one controlling the purse strings.