Note to world: GROW UP:
The United States' image is so tattered overseas two years after the Iraq invasion that China, which is ruled by a communist dictatorship, is viewed more favorably than the U.S. in many countries, an international poll found.
And, of course, there are some here who long for nothing more than the approval of the kool kids:
Madeleine Albright, the secretary of state when Bill Clinton was president, said big majorities of the public in these countries are discontented with Bush "and say Bush's re-election has made them view the United States less favorably."
But hey, let's substitute their sense of propriety for the U.S. Constitution shall we?