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<nettime> Who is The World For
Dan Sheetz on Wed, 22 Oct 2008 08:53:35 +0200 (CEST)

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<nettime> Who is The World For

Dear Nettimers,

One of the most important elections in United States history will take  
place this November 4, 2008.  While only US citizens may vote in this  
election, much of the world is watching the race very closely.  Faced  
with a growing financial crisis, climate change and global energy  
challenges, we all know that an uncertain future will be greatly  
defined by the next US president.  For better or worse, we are all  

With this in mind, we have created TheWorldFor.com, an interactive web  
site where people all over the world can cast a vote for the next  
United States President.  We invite all citizens of the world to  


We ask that you please share this site with ALL of your friends and  
family around the world. In the coming weeks, the site will feature an  
increasingly diverse and living visualization of world opinion,  
ultimately aimed to inform US voters as they make their way to the  
ballot box on November 4.

TheWorldFor.com was developed by a few concerned and hardworking  
Americans who made this project as a labor of love. We are not  
affiliated with any group, campaign, or government agency.

Thank you for your attention,  your voice, and most importantly, your  


TheWorldFor Team:

+ Good Food Productions (Dan Sheetz + Sharif Ezzat -  
+ Auryn Zimmer (www.betawavepool.com)
+ [sic] - (www.sic.ph)

Dan Sheetz
Good Food Productions

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