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With the election only three weeks away, it's becoming clear that I'm going to need to pick a horse to ride really soon. And yet, after watching the second Presidential debate -- which my wife characterized as "children fighting again" -- I still find myself disliking both choices.
I've been finding myself day-dreaming about the people I'd prefer to vote for, if I were given the chance.
ZDNet Government's coverage of Election 2012:
- An undecided voter and the first-debate blues
- An undecided voter on President Obama's convention
- Diary of an undecided voter (GOP convention edition)
- Well, there it is. Santorum is out and the real presidential campaign begins today.
- Delegate math shows Santorum and brokered conventions both out of the running soon
- Not-so-super Tuesday, predictions for what comes next
- So, seriously, do the Dems want to lose the election?
- Romney on fire, Paul pulls into second
- Paul's got legs, Romney feet of clay, and Santorum grew wings
- Are these really the best America has to offer? (Campaign 2012)
- Campaign 2012: Once every four years, I wish I lived in Iowa
- What was Mitt Romney trying to hide by destroying hard drives?
- Is there any possible way Jesse Ventura could win the Presidency?
- Ranking GOP candidates on tech savvy, craziness, and electability
Image courtesy Wikimedia Commons.
What can you say about Ronnie? If you're a Republican, apparently not enough. What's strange is that if Ronald Reagan were running today, the far-right wing would probably find him unacceptably centrist. It's a shame, because we could use a genuinely centrist Republican.
Image courtesy the Reagan Archives (via Wikimedia Commons).
I've never hidden the fact that Bill Clinton's reality distortion field surrounds me every time he talks. Even though he initiated the deregulation that ultimately resulted in the banking failures we had to bail out in 2009 -- and there was that unfortunate incident with the cigar -- our economy soared during Bill's time as Pres.
Image courtesy the National Archives.