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David

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Who do you think is going to be the next US president? Write down your pick here and now, and you'll be able to brag about it down the line when your chosen victor wins.

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I'm not from the USA, so this isnt interesting for me at all. I usually only read about the 'final voting' about who is actually chosen. In my opinion, Obama didn't do bad, didnt do great either. It's just that he was elected at a horrible time, economically. Don't know if he's running for president again, but he should stay president.

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I've always been curious how the elections are covered in other countries; does it get a lot of TV air-time where you live? It would seem odd to me because we virtually never hear anything of elections elsewhere.

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Blake

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At this point, I see Mitt Romney being the GOP candidate. I would assume he'll become president as well.

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Huygens

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I've always been curious how the elections are covered in other countries; does it get a lot of TV air-time where you live? It would seem odd to me because we virtually never hear anything of elections elsewhere.

Im from the Netherlands, so Dutch elections get TONS of media attention, so do Belgium, UK, France, Spain, Italy and German politics. USA election news only makes it to the telly when the actual run for president starts (republicans vs democrats) but then it gets HUGE attention as well, some news about the middle east or any other country as well. Lately a lot about Belgium.

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ArcherMageAssassin

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It is rather strange that the U.S. never really, cares about other countries elections. I had always assumed it was like that in every country. As for our race, I don't think that we are far enough in to it for any politicians to really establish themselves.




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