A disenfranchised view of past feelings

I remember when Gorbachev would talk about a connected world around 1987. It felt new, as his policies, and his hope of progressive reform.

What a difference now! Anybody seeing today that the US unilateral policies and interventionist stances are a danger to the world, feel that while only US citizens are going to vote in their elections, what all the world thinks does matter. Anybody sees this, but “You don’t have the permission to access” Bush.

As Lessig writes, “so that the reality of November 3 doesn’t distort the views of where we are today”, I want to record my endorsement for John Kerry. (Which is also my enblogment, as invented by Lessig, and pressed ahead by Dave Winer.)