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The 2000 Presidential Election will go down in the history books as one of the greatest tests of democracy our country has ever seen The country as a whole watches and waits for the winner to be declared However the United States is not the only country preoccupied with the election the rest of the world ponders and waits as well The final outcome of the election will affect the entire world as a whole However as of now the world is not looking for guidance it is looking at the United States election for comic relief Countries like England China Japan Russia and Canada are all getting their fill of Americas election humor pie The entire continent of Europe is amused at our failure to produce a president elect right away The Mirror is a London based liberal publication that is circulated daily It has spent most of its time focusing on how the election has panned out thanks to the incompetence of the United States election process They have even gone as far as to question How could Gore blow it On paper he should have won by a comfortable margin perhaps 10 percent or more Internet 1 The mirror also commented on the qualifications of Vice President Al Gore his Gores resume shows him far more qualified for the Oval Office at least in terms of his familiarity with national concerns than a second-term governor of Texas almost totally dependent on issue advisors Internet 1 The quality of the candidates was not the only feature the daily focused on the legitimacy of the Electoral College and the inability of the United States to effectively choose a President is also at the mercy of the press in London The upcoming meeting of the electors on December 18 has allowed for many criticisms The Electoral College is so barmy if three of the hundredths of delegates switched sides they would change
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