What was G.W.'s margin of victory, again? What should we do when the differences between the candidates are so small as to make the result of the election *statistically insignificant*?
And, as a nice example of the difference between (international policy brain-dead) Americans and (historically progressive) Italians (c.f. Nobel Prize winner Dario Fo, who'd never find an audience in America): two American students showed up to "support" Bush's abandonment of the Kyoto Protocol in Bonn. Way to go, guys.
I expect the above links will go bad within 7 days, as the Globe and Mail seems only to provide internet article access for that long. Insert expletive here.