Ugh. One more milestone — the last W. State of the Union address, ever! Hooray. I think that the nation breathed a collective sigh of relief tonight knowing that we’ll never have to listen to another long-winded bag of lies from a president that is not only a fool, but a failure.That said, I have to admit, though, I’m not feeling so good about the 2008 race, however. For some reason, I just feel like no matter who gets elected, it will just be more of the same. I’m all in favor of a female president, or an African-American president, and I think we’re well overdue for a little diversity at the top of the political food chain. (For that matter, we’re due for a competent leader as well.) I don’t know what it is about Hilary that bugs me. She seems angry. Jaded, defensive and angry. However, I feel that Barack is angry too — he looks angry when he speaks. All of the other democrats are pretty much out of the race — though I would love to see Elizabeth Edwards run — she’s one of the few quasi-political figures that actually says what she thinks and I admire that. The republicans are equally angry: John McCain (don’t need to say much there, he’s evidently a grumpy old man), Rudi is grumpy and disgruntled, always has been. Mr. Huckabee is grumpy and miserable, and Mitt is — well, Mitt just scares me. So who does that leave?Here’s my dream ticket: Michael Bloomberg and Lou Dobbs. Not a vote for diversity, unfortunately, but likely a team that could take on the political machine and really shake things up a bit — and a big shakeup is LONG overdue.