Okay, now that the Guardian UK threw up the white flag and dropped their efforts to influence voters in Ohio (because they forgot the lessons of 1776 and were actually helping Kerry) they now have this statement about their belief (and fear) that Bush will win:
UK GUARDIAN: 'John Wilkes Booth, Lee Harvey Oswald, John Hinckley Jr - where are you now that we need you?'...
In the olden days these words would be enough to start a war, but they can still sit there and believe that despite their attitude the US will protect them! And we will because they are a good ally despite themselves!
Now, can the Secret Service use this as a threat and do a full investigation of their US staff - perhaps expelling those who's visa has expired?
More - It seems there is at least one UK paper that gets it! A Bush lose is not a Kerry win, but one for Zarqawi! At that is what the Telegraph says in a must read essay!
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