In rural India, miles off the nearest highway, Indians gather around shops and at bus stations as the work day begins.  And what do they speak of?  Many things.  The increase in food prices. The failing infrastructure.  But a strange conversation is taking place around the world.  Indians are talking about our presidential election.  Apparently, the election coverage even in the outlying districts is pretty substantial.  They have their own opinions on who should be our president.  And it indeed an eye opening experience to have our culture examined from a completely unbiased spectator.