Most interesting quote:
The result is that the Democratic party — which was founded by Andrew Jackson to protect the people against the powerful — now represents everything it once opposed: government for its privileged clients at the expense of everybody else.
He was pretty negative about everything, as one might expect from the title. He doesn't like the debates, but how else do you get to know the candidates? He may be a bit too much of an insider type, as the above quote indicates. He wants to choose candidates like in the old days before primaries. Party bosses chose the candidates. But they still do in a way. The opinion leaders tend to herd the sheep in the way that they want.
By the way, Cain drops out. If he drops out, it should have been like the time that Gary Hart dropped out- by catching him in the act. Or like Clinton- actually getting some proof of wrongdoing, not just mere accusations. Cain drops out, but he shouldn't have, unless he's guilty, or he wants to appear to be.
Over the years, it seemed to me that Republicans just fold their cards too soon. Palin did it, now Cain. But prior to that Gingrich did it in the nineties. Compare that to the Democrats. Clinton didn't give in nor will Pelosi. She wants to be speaker again and with that kind of determination, she just might. Looking at the Republicans, it would be a big help if they showed such determination. But they don't and they won't win like they should until they do.