Zach Wamp answers Politico
's question: "What, for you, was the most memorable moment of this long race for the presidency?"
My impression of this much-too-long campaign is that the Republicans played musical chairs: It was McCain, then Giuliani, then Romney, then Thompson, then Huckabee and when the music stopped, it was McCain again. The 14-faction Democratic Party was bound and determined to make history one way or the other so it was a grinding, near overtime contest between Clinton and Obama. In one way, this is the best of the two parties and in another way, this election discloses the real lack of leadership in our country today. The process no longer brings our best candidates or our strongest leaders to the presidency. However, we still put on quite a show in free speech and open elections for the whole world to enjoy and maybe even emulate.
Guess he's still upset because Fred Thompson lost.