The Republican presidential-candidate comic reality show continues.
The candidates that have zero chance of ever being elected are the ones who are the most entertaining to us on the other side, and that's why it's kind of a shame that Herman Cain, a pizza man with roaming hands, is dropping out of the race. He was good for laughs, at least.
And then there's Ron Paul, who is scary but in a non-threatening, senile-grandfatherly sort of way. I have to give him a lot of credit today though. He is refusing to participate in a debate on 27 December that will be moderated by none other than hairstyle-gone-amuk self-proclaimed genius, Donald Trump. Rep. Paul says that such a spectacle would be "beneath the office of the presidency".
(All of these debates have been beneath the office of the presidency, but that's beside the point, I guess).
If Mitt Romney refuses the Donald Trump Show, I'll be impressed.