I’ve been switching from channel to channel watching the election day coverage. I enjoyed watching the Spanish stations, but I switched back to the English stations when John McCain delivered his concession speech because it was translated into Spanish. I wanted to hear his speech in English. But I can understand that there are American citizens who would rather hear it in Spanish. In addition, there many people in Spanish-speaking countries who take great interest in American politics. When I went to Mexico last July, many of my cousins kept asking me about the presidential race. They were curious about the race between Hillary Clinton and Barak Obama. The questions just never stopped. I got the general idea that they would vote for Obama if they could vote. I’m not sure how to interpret this.