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Andrew Sullivan routinely refers to Hillbot as “Nixon in a pant suit,” noting her paranoia and secrecy. Couldn’t agree more.
The Anchorman, meanwhile, is but a replicant of our current president. He panders to the same crowd, believes in an unrestrained executive branch and doesn’t much care what anyone outside of the GOP’s narrow-minded base thinks about it. Worse, he’s a colossal phony, hence the enthusiastic support of soulless twits like Hugh Hewitt and Ann Coulter.
Unless this is your first visit here, you know how much I detest Romney and Hillary, perhaps beyond reason. But my antipathy is real — unlike the aspiring automatons-in-chief. Regrettably, I’ve become convinced they will be their party’s nominees. I never get the candidates I want, so why should 2008 be any different?
There’d be no lesser of two evils — just evil squared. I couldn’t vote for either one. Never.
The good news? A third-party candidate would never stand a better chance of competing for the White House. No way will the majority middle embrace Clinton or Romney. I’d have no reason to support New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg (rumored to be pondering a run) other than the fact he’s not Hillbot or The Anchorman.
That would be reason enough.