Race for 2008: getting a bit crowded
It’s turning into a two-year Olympic event. The race for 2008 now has at least 21 serious contenders, 9 for the Democrats and 12 for the Republicans1.
They’re going to need heats and semi-finals long before it gets to the Iowa and New Hampshire primaries next January.
So here’s Round 1:
Who do you find more convincing?
1 There’s also three Libertarian candidates. They don’t stand a chance. The only other possibility is Michael Bloomberg, the New York Mayor, who might run as an independent. He also has little chance. Unbelievably the Prohibition Party still exists: its main policy still being the banning of alcohol.