Seems like we're almost always discussing U.S. politics. I have a question for those across the pond. Reports here have been that people in the UK, in general, are taking an increasingly dim view of the EU. It also looks like at least on the surface, the UK was wise not to get further economically involved than it did. That said, it looks like Cameron is taking a lot of criticism for vetoing the EU treaty, which he says he did out of Britain's interests and the lack of safeguards in it. In the way it is being reported herein the U.S., it almost seems contradictory. It seems as though more people would favor Cameron on this particular act, whether they like him in general or not. Although I suppose it does take the UK out of the loop when the rest of the EU proceeds without them.