Friday, July 06, 2007


Why has world opinion of the U.S. changed dramatically since 2000?

Glenn Greenwald follows up on yesterday's post:

So much of the intensity and anger driving the criticisms of the Bush presidency -- certainly my own, and much of what I read (as exemplified above) -- is grounded in a fervent belief in American political values, its political principles and its constitutional framework. The anger comes not from a belief that the U.S. is an evil and corrupt entity, but from the opposite view. It comes from witnessing the all-out assault on these vaunted political principles and values and the complete corruption, close to the destruction, of our country's national character that has made the U.S. such an important and admired presence in the world for so long.

read the rest here

Labels: ,

Comments: Post a Comment

<< Home

This page is powered by Blogger. Isn't yours?