There is a trace of truth in what you're saying but with a little reflection we will see that the accusation is not fair.
First of all, you seem to have listed out the above items with intention to support you point, in which you say that the Republicans don't get along with anyone. What if I can give you a longer list of parties that do get along with the Republicans. How about the religious conservatives, businesses, the military, etc....the list can go on, but instead of making my list a long one to undermine your main point, I will instead disagree with your listed items.
Republicans don't see the UN as their enemy, they see them as a mechanism that entangles any international effort or agenda in its bureaucratic web. It was, in a way, designed to be a such inefficient body. But in times when action is required somewhat urgently, the UN is the most incompetent and ineffective international organization. It doesn't only hinder American efforts, because it is regularly accused of incompetent handling of conflicts (Darfur), drought and famine (Niger, Namibia, and many African countries), epidemics (AIDS, Malaria), etc. It is precisely because of the UN's incompetence we now have specialized NGO and other aid agencies that do most of the work that the UN is supposed to do. Thus UN is an enemy to anyone that is need to act on an international stage and the Bush Administration is only pointing out that fact.
The Europe is not against them, in fact everyone except France and Germany is very supportive of the US. Poland, Britain, Italy, Spain, and score of other nations supported the military action, sent troops to Iraq and stood with the US in the war with Iraq. The puny yet arrogant "wannabe" rival that always complains no matter what the US does is France. They will never stop anyway. After all, the reason they have always been the staunchest supporter for the Europeen integration is to counter-balance US political, economic and military power. They will always be a nuisance and a backstabber. Apparently they have forgotten that the US liberated them from Nazi Germany and didn't take any oil or whatever from them.
No one said that the entire Muslim world is against the Republicans. Pakistan, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, Morocco, Algeria, Turkey and scores of the largest and most influential and powerful countries in the Muslim world are supportive of the US. Just because you see a few little countries making uncomfortable noises from that region, you shouldn't conclude the entire muslim world is against the Bush administration. The few that don't get along with the Bush administration don't only hate Bush, they hate you and me. Don't be naive and think that it is Bush that they hate, it is the other way around, Bush hates them because they hate me, you and our families.
As to the media, the press is always against the incumbent government, especially if the current government has ruled for a while. The press skinned Bill Clinton alive, remember? They will butcher anyone just to get an interesting story out and increase their circulation, thus advertising revenue. Anyone with a decent memory would know that the media as a whole doen't have good relationships with anyone, even them Hollywood stars.
About liberals they are supposed to be the Republicans' opposition. Ideological liberals are the opposite of the conservatives. Most republicans are idealogically conservative, thus liberals are their adversaries. There is nothing to talk about here, it is only natural for them to disagree.
About academics, you have no point. Academia, like the general public, is probably divided evenly. If you're talking about the "embrionic" cloning and the issues that are related to it, then you are wrong to make conclusions from such a small group of researchers. Many more, say economists or accountants, are solidly for the republicans.
Your case with South America is apparently a similarly premature assessment as was the one you had about the Muslim world. The most heavy-weight Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Colombia, Mexico (Central America) are solidly with the US for the long term. Venezuella and Bolivia are politically insignifficant. The main reason they behave in a flagrant ways is to take advantage of their domestic opportunities and public sentiment.
About lazy poor people, don't we all dislike them? Unless you are one of them.......
You seem to have very limited information on things of this nature. I suggest that if an issue matters enough to you that you want to talk about it, then you should be willing to get informed and see more than one side of the story. You especially should avoid and disbelieve what you see in the low end newspapers and junk TV channels that specialize in celebrity gossips and other nonsense. For a nice balanced view try "The Economist" magazine or "BBC" television channel. Good luck with your mental evolution.