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PostPosted: Mon Mar 15, 2004 1:54 pm    Post subject: Everyone in the world want to vote. --- the US presidential Reply with quote

Everyone in the world want to vote. --- the US presidential election

Laughing No election is not observed as closely as this confrontation between Mr.Bush and Mr.Kerry.

In the US presidential election, Senator Kerry of Democratic Party is challenging Incumbant President Bush of Republican Party.

In the opinion poll in the middle of February, Kerry supporting rate exceeded Bush support. But it leaves eight months before the election in November. The presidential election, which is often compared to Marathon race, is in the early stage of the game.

The world can be largely affected by who is going to become the president of America, which is only a big power after the cold war. While US has led the war against terrorist group after the 911 terror attack, the presidential election has had greater meaning. It is better for everyone in the world to vote in the election.

Therefore we cannot help being careful about the difference of the policy between two sides. Key points are diplomatic policy and economic policy.

Kerry camp criticizes the unilateral diplomacy of Bush administration and emphasizes the multilateral diplomatic line. He insists to increase the participation of allied countries and UN in Iraq and Afganistan and to lead the job sharing in the restoring public order and ruling,keeping the decrease of burden on US in mind.

Putting the restoration of Iraq and Afganistan on track is the first priority for President Bush, advocating " a president in the war". When the ruling after the war and support of the restoration are approaching the crucial point, Bush administration is proceeding with the larger participation of UN and restoring the relationship with France and German.

The line can be accelerated but not be turned back. It is a problem for Kerry camp how much they can show the difference of their policy from Bush camp.

Regarding the response on the North Korea's nuclear development and Middle east peace issue, Senate Kerry criticized the Bush administration,saying " too slow,no plan". He insisted to start the US-Pyongyang talk in the end of last year.

But the six nation talk has continued. This framework cannot easily changed. Pyongyang possibly is gaining time, thinking that the US's policy will change when Bush administration resigns and Democratic party's administration comes into power.

This is one of the most important presidential election for Japan which has dispatched its military power to Iraq and has faced the deep threat by Pyongyang's nuclear weapon.

Under the America's unilateral superpower, the world's political stability depends on how much US can show its leadership. In the presidential election, two candidates are expected to propose their responsible policies to the world.
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 15, 2004 10:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Personally, I hope that Kerry wins, because the US (°literally!) might not survive another four years of Bush.
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 16, 2004 7:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I really hate Mr.Bush a lot, itís because he put the world in the dangerous side. His provoking and unreasonable action all over the world is getting angry of the terrorists, some responsibilities to the terrorist attack he needs to take.

However, I know little about Mr.Kerry. Can you tell more about him?
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