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World hopes for a 'less arrogant America' - BERLIN – Around the world, throngs packed outdoor plazas and pubs to await U.S. elections results Tuesday, many inspired by Barack Obama's promise of change amid a sense of relief that — no matter who wins — the White House is changing hands. As millions of voters decided between Obama or John McCain, the world was abuzz with the sense of bearing witness to a moment of history that would reverberate well beyond American borders. "America is electing a new president, but for the Germans, for Europeans, it is electing the next world leader," said Alexander Rahr, director of the German Council on Foreign Relations.
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CC Wrote the following on 11/04/2008 8:53 PM :
Well, lots of Americans are hoping for a less arrogant America, in a way. Troll slaughter everyone alive, don't take it personally


Someone Wrote the following on 11/04/2008 9:20 PM :
Don't care


cjdusa Wrote the following on 11/04/2008 11:17 PM :
I plan to be more arrogant.


fj Wrote the following on 11/04/2008 11:29 PM :
That is going to be hard cjdusa!


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