So John McCain made it official yesterday.
Maybe it's just me. But I thought his performance last night on the Daily Show
was somehow sad. McCain was part impressive, part media panderer and part roasted guest. When I saw him laughing and clapping his hands each time Jon Stewart skewered him, I couldn't help but think McCain's act was old and his candidacy all but over. ... Rudy still intrigues me, though his stand on the war
seems as unrealistic as McCain's. Obama is mildly interesting, but he strikes me as a one-note wonder. Forget Hillary. I really don't want 22 straight years of Bush-Clinton-Bush-Clinton (not to mention a possible 26 years if she ever won re-election). I'm trying to get more interested in Tommy Thompson and Bill Richardson. They both strike me as intelligent moderates. It won't happen, but it would be nice if each party nominated a non-polarizing candidate. ... Good post
by Glenn on the general unattractiveness of both parties. ...