Looks like it's all a moot point now anyway. Hillary is dropping out. Interesting choice we have now. A 70 YO who's lately been pandering to the religious right, and while he says he's against special interests, he seeme to have a bunch of lobbyists rumming his campaign. I liked the old 2000 NcCain, but not sure I'd vote for this one. On the other hand, we have a young, charismatic young man, who seems to have an aura about him, but the only thing I really know about his politics is that he has one of the most iberal voting records in congress, right up their with Kennedy. IMHO, the American Public blew the hell out of this primary season. They go for the rock star thing. What about experience and common sense. The Dems had 3 shoe ins, Richardson, Biden and Dodd, all of whom have at least 3 times the experience of Hillary and Obama combined. The Republicans didn't really have good choices. I think Huckabee or Paul should have gotten it. Yes, Huckabee is ordained, but if you look at his track record on social issues, he doesn't default to the religious right, and Ron Paul is a flat out Libertariain.