The BBC has run a world poll about the American presidential election. At least they polled the countries they considered important.
The results: Only the USA doesn't overwhelmingly want Obama! Holy Shit!
"People outside the US would prefer Barack Obama to become US president ahead of John McCain, a BBC World Service poll suggests."
An American reading this lead-in header to that poll is admittedly tempted to say, "Really? Who gives a flying fuck?" and turn the page. But wait! Do you REALLY not care that 82% of Kenyans (Obama's father's home country) favor him to become U.S. President? Why isn't that important to you?
Most of you know that Relax Max, the author of this incredibly inane blog, would much prefer that neither candidate would become president. Surely the USA can do without a president for 8 years or more. Not only would you save over $3 million in salary, no wars that started during that timeframe would include American troops. And hardly any foreign country would be fucked with. Or given any money by the USA. Cool.
That isn't going to happen. One of these assholes is going to get elected.
And, if you let Kenya vote, McCain can kiss his white old ass goodbye, and Alaska's wild moose population can start pissing their pants again everytime they hear a helicopter. Or something like that.
I think that's the point of this BBC poll. Naw. It has no point.
Please also note, just in case you may have thought the poll had a tiny bit of relevance, that it was taken before either party's convention. Heh.