This is a sure indicator of how much the world is anticipating a new leader in the U.S.:
From Berlin to London to Jakarta, the destinies of Democratic and Republican contenders in Iowa or New Hampshire, or Nevada or South Carolina, have become news in a way that most political commentators cannot recall. It is as if outsiders are pining for change in America as much as some American presidential candidates are promising it.
Bush fatigue is not limited to our shores, it’s an epidemic world over. He has been one of the most polarizing Presidents in American history and that has hurt us globally. That’s another reason this election is so crucial – we need a President who will restore America’s image in the world. Hopefully we will get that.