I read some 100 weblogs. Because those people have interesting things to say about diverse subjects like xml, internet, semantic web, python, zope, plone, David Allen's "getting things done" method, christianity, programming. All those subjects are not political. When looking at politics, this is a pretty random set of weblogs.
The people writing this pretty random set of weblogs sometimes have something to say about USA politics. Either because they're USians or because they're interested. 100% wants Bush out. In my random set there's not a single one supporting Bush (at least not openly).
A good one: firing the boss from a Canadian. Found through that article is this quote from Russell Beattie : Are you in Europe and can't stand to see our countries grow farther and farther apart? Write your views, support our candidate. Write it in French, in Spanish, in German, in Dutch, it doesn't matter. Just make sure your voice is heard.
Ok, this is my view from Europe: please please ditch Bush and vote Kerry.
Update 2: Ok, no 100% score against Bush in the weblogs I read :-)
My name is Reinout van Rees and I work a lot with Python (programming language) and Django (website framework). I live in The Netherlands and I'm happily married to Annie van Rees-Kooiman.
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