It's called bullshit and both side are playing it. Idiots believe it. Things will change no matter what because they always do. But change isn't always better. This is a lousy election with lousy players. So you pick the least bad... I don't see you guys fairing much better, didn't your prime minister just dissolve parliament? If I were yall, I'd worry about that and worry less about us.
I don't think you can make the Bush/McCain connection. They hate each other, and have done so for a long time.
Please enlighten us on the similarities between McCain and Bush. Your political savvy is to be envied. I mean, if we ever give a shit about the opinion of a moraccan chicken shit living in sweden as an escape from having her ass whipped - you'd be the hostess with the mostest.
If you are confused about American politics, maybe you should stick to morrocan politics. I am sure the morrocan bodybuilding sites are giddy with anticipation of an expatriot lecturing them from the safety of Sweden.
You claimed that they "hate each other". I pointed out that they stuck out for each other for quite some time now. That's where you're supposed to substantiate your claim. Moroccan (not "morrocan"!) politics have nothing to do with this.
Says who? Publically might not be as common a spelling, but it's still correct.
[i]pubÂ·licÂ·ly \ï¿½?pï¿½?-bli-klï¿½?\ Variant(s): also pubÂ·liÂ·calÂ·ly -li-k(ï¿½?-)lï¿½?\ Function: adverb Date: 1563
1: in a manner observable by or in a place accessible to the public : openly
2 a: by the people generally b: by a government[/i]