reply to post by 46ACE
You will find that none of the bi-partisan name calling is of my doing if you re-read this thread.
I only interviened to point out the obvious. America (like it or not) DOES greatly influence most other countries economies through the the use and
control of organisations like the IMF and the World Bank. That is fact, and cannot be argued.
We are one world. I don't see why extra-national opinion should be a one way road. The american economy is the backbone of the world economy. Every
single country in the world paradoxaly depends on, and is influenced by, america's national economic decisions.
With this in mind, all I was trying to point out was the fact that we non-americans should have the right to voice our opinion on americas economic
decisions/non-decisions, because we will be subjected to the effects of these decisions as much as any american.
A poster argued that America does not meddle in other countries affairs, and that therefore, the rest of the world had no right to meddle with
American affairs. I merely pointed out that his argument was a fallacy.
Please explain where the "America Hating" part is in my posts.