Monday, October 20, 2008

International voices on Powell's endorsement of Obama

John Liebhardt has a roundup of international bloggers reactions to Colin Powell's endorsement of Barack Obama:

Most bloggers stayed away from making political prognostications of the endorsement. Instead, many investigated the social aspects of a one-time favorite for the GOP nomination to cross party lines and support a Democrat.

Dennis Jones, Jamican-born economist writes in his blog, Living in Barbados, that it was the negative aspects of McCain’s campaign — like attempting to tie Obama to 1960s domestic terrorist Bill Ayers — that pushed Powell towards the Democratic candidate.
His selection includes: Thailand, Kuwait, Palestine, Barbados, Cuba, Turkey.
Visit Voices without Votes for the full post and the links to these bloggers.

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