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Reader comment on item: [Symposium:] Why Does the World Hate America?
in response to reader comment: I would like to apologize on behalf of McCutcheon (and all other pompous Americans)...

Submitted by Kit (India), Jan 8, 2010 at 18:10

Dear Jesse,

It's good to know there are people like you who look at the bigger picture rather than confine themselves to their small, arrogant, incorrigible spaces. The world is a messed up place and every country has it's own problems to fix but it's people like you the makes a country great and lovable. Maybe if there were more people like you then the world would definitely love America or rather the US, more than they do now. The people's attitude and their ability to admit their follies makes for a great nation. It's sad though that what your general public and your government projects is far from being ideal. It's rather arrogant to some extent if I may add. But then again if history teaches us one thing, it teaches us that things change. Maybe someday things will change for the better in America and then world opinions hopefully will too.




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