Final Word from Wednesday, November 3, 2004





Whenever we write anything that can even be remotely construed as pro-American,we get a slew of emails accusing us of inherent bias. This keeps us honest, but it also makes it difficult to praise those damn Yanks when they deserve it. George W. Bush's projected victory yesterday will only make this worse. The world was largely against him, as are most of our readers. But there's at least one bright spot in yesterday's outcome worth mentioning. It means that U.S. Amb. William Cabaniss, a friend of W.'s and a political appointee, will get to finish his term in Prague. If John Kerry had won, all politically appointed ambassadors would be expected to resign. Cabaniss, with his Southern charm and political astuteness, is widely considered the best U.S. ambassador the CR has had. If anyone can ease the rift between Bush and his local skeptics, Cabaniss can.

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