Well, no matter who wins, you "lucky" 'mericans will be stuck with a politician. Heads you lose, tails you lose. Strange that in a country where even the council dog catcher seems to be up for election, you cannot devise and run a simple ballot - list the candidates on a piece of paper, have a box next to each name, you tick (or mark the box) or the person you want as president (or the person you dislike the least). Have exactly the same ballot paper in every polling booth, every county, every state.
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