The appointment process can be a joke, but it's great to eliminate the people who should not be President
Those who want to serve the American people in the highest offices in the Republic embarked on a test of character and endurance almost medieval. Avoid political equivalent of the swamp of despair, the suction tank of the emotion, the tree of stupidity is concerned that the hole that looks bad overly intelligent, gender and other errors dungeon Python terrors of their way to the castle in which the enchanted princess languishes, also known as the party's nomination for the presidency. This is a difficult undertaking: one misstep, one poorly chosen word, a previous witness crimes can be lowered and, often, not only outside, butcomplex arabesques
The successful candidate must follow may resemble that of a skier down a hill dotted with zigzag barrel of nitroglycerin. The process is an absurd dimension, and sometimes induces an almost catatonic state of caution in candidates. But it is very good at removing people who should not be President of the United States, and how the Republican field is now narrowing is encouraging. The first stars Michele Bachmann has declined, while Rick Perry this week oops their way into oblivion, he probably did not remember a major department of government that had proposed the abolition.
voters rejected a proposal this week in Mississippi anti-abortion, killed by a large majority, legislation restricting collective bargaining rights of public employees in Ohio, and restored the same day registration at the polls in Maine. Also got rid of a senator from Arizona, who had followed the results legislation.The anti-immigrant in this area and other voice is not so much a victory for the Democrats as a victory for common sense. If it was not Mark Twain who said that the problem is that common sense is not so common, probably said, "In fact, what we want now is ... a law against insanity. "Americans are not about to pass a law, but are beginning to look askance at legislation extremes. As columnist Gail Collins put this week:" From sea to sea, was a very strong against light crazy results. " Amen to that.