For the Second Term: U.S. Public Image
That the United States has fared poorly in global surveys of late, opines the People's Daily Online out of the PRC, is that "the global public diplomatic activities carried out by the US government with an aim to change its international image since the "September 11" incident has [sic] completely failed."
The federal government is not Madison Avenue. We have to pay the professionals with a market incentive to sell this country overseas inasmuch as our global imagine affects both are economic and security prospects. President Bush talks about and promotes the private sector, and I'd like for him to begin reviewing the feasibility of paying the pro's to handle of global public image. He ought to be able to begin implementing this by next Spring, early in his second term.