2nd Apr 12, 17:19 #1
MacGyver for President! No? Then who?
Just like our Premier Ansip promised, we now have television in Estonia in 2012! Great success.
I am now watching channel that show the documentary "MacGyver". Wowowia, he is great man! I think he should be next President of US and A.
Who do you think should next President of US and A? Osama? Rommel? No, they are pathetic. All they do is talk, talk, talk. Can they defuse a bomb at the last second? Ich don't think so!
What do you think?
2nd Apr 12, 18:59 #2
Jack Bauer is more likely. He's way more better than McGuyver.
2nd Apr 12, 19:19 #3
Jessica Fletcher represents an important American policy value to me — always interfering in matters that really ought not to concern her.
2nd Apr 12, 19:49 #4
2nd Apr 12, 19:58 #5
I'm thinking the best man for the job would be Charley Sheen
He has adonis DNAThose who believe in telekinetics raise my hand.
2nd Apr 12, 21:26 #6
Vladimir Putin. He doesn't give a f**k about anything!Another Flying Finn
2nd Apr 12, 21:41 #7
Snooki“If everything's under control, you're going too slow.” Mario Andretti
2nd Apr 12, 23:14 #8
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3rd Apr 12, 04:20 #9
3rd Apr 12, 09:05 #10
These are all good suggestions, guys.
But I read on CNN that none of the mentioned are actually in the race.
To be a little more serious now, it seems that Romney will clinch the Republican nomination, which I think is a good thing. If it's Obama vs. Romney for the White House, I don't really mind who gets it. Both are sensible, very intelligent people IMO. Santorum I am not so crazy about. Something about ultra-conservative devout Christians that's not very attractive to me...
Today, the Republicans will hold the Wisconsin primary, which seems to be a bit of a milestone. Romney currently holds 571 delegates to Santorum's 264, with over 1100 required. Maryland and DC are held today as well.
I wonder what our American friends make of the race so far. After all, it concerns them as well.
3rd Apr 12, 09:08 #11
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3rd Apr 12, 11:03 #13
Father Jack would be awesome!
3rd Apr 12, 11:40 #14
The trouble is that the candidate whose policies would be best for the USA would not necessarily be the best for UK, Estonia, Germany, Finland, Canada, or whereverDuncan Rollo
The more you learn, the more you realise how little you know.
3rd Apr 12, 11:53 #15
3rd Apr 12, 13:52 #16
The issue where there might be disagreement is foreign policy, of course. The US is a guarantor of safety for Western nations through NATO, and it would unquestionably be better for other NATO allies if the US led them into fewer futile wars, and concentrated more on strengthening the defences of the alliance. I would think this would also be best for the US, but as I said, there might be some disagreement there.
3rd Apr 12, 23:15 #17
4th Apr 12, 07:14 #18
I also don't believe the US will ever have bases in former Warsaw Pact countries, simply because it would be too difficult politically. I know US bases would be very warmly welcomed in the Baltics and Poland, but that counts for little.
The really interesting question is: Why should the US care about Eastern Europe at all? Out of the goodness of their hearts? Or is there a strategic imperative to keep Eastern Europe democratic and away from what Russia likes to call its sphere of influence? I'd like to think we make good allies as well, of course, fighting and losing men in Iraq and Afghanistan.
4th Apr 12, 15:25 #19
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