But, to be fair, I think that the Daily Mash sums up the only other strong feelings that I have about the candidates.
AMERICANS may still not be ready to vote for an annoying, screechy harridan after Hillary Clinton's poor showing in the Iowa caucus.
Mrs Clinton nagged her way to third place in the primary vote, well behind two reasonable, even-tempered men.
She immediately complained loudly in a voice that sounded like a fork being dragged across a plate, before storming off to New Hampshire in a huff.
Wayne Hayes, professor of American Studies at Dundee University, said: "I think America is ready to vote for a woman, they're just not ready to vote for an absolutely ghastly woman."
Yup, that sums it up: she really is the fucking pits...
UPDATE: Vindico has some interesting analysis on Ron Paul's position. [Emphasis mine.]
The Republican race is the one which interests me. Giullani is faring terribly in this first test with just 3.5%, while Ron Paul is showing an excellent and solid performance for an underdog with 10%.
Some interesting analysis over here suggests that the core republicans may be out of touch with the country as a whole! Amongst "Independent Republicans" Paul polled 29% vs McCain on 23%, Romney on 19% and Huckabee on just 17%, seemingly the reverse of the total polling figures. This would suggest that the Republican base has indeed dwindled, leaving a hardcore Christian-conservatives, while the libertarian Ron Paul resonates more with the wider electorate!
Indeed. Let us not forget that the US, like Britain, has been categorised as an Endemic Surveillance Society; people, even on a subconscious level, dislike being spied upon and bossed about. Here's hoping that the next few years brings a Libertarian backlash, both in the US and the UK.