posted on Jul, 28 2008 @ 04:02 AM
reply to post by ajmusicmedia
Generally speaking, what you say is true: many foreigners would have little or no idea about US politics and political figures. However, foreigners
(like me) who are also ATS members perhaps have a slightly different perspective from the "average" and follow US events more closely. I scored
12/12, but only got the answers to a couple of the questions because of my ATS reading and participation.
On the other side of it, I read recently that John McCain recently spoke of "Czechoslovakia" in the present tense, apparently unaware that the Czech
and Slovak Republics have existed as separate entities since 1/1/1993.
I'd be interested to know how US politicians would do on a similar
quiz, especially of world events.