Old news-hound Dan Rather is not impressed by the 2012 presidential campaign.
“The Presidential race is flat, relatively uninteresting, even boring,” Rather complained on his Facebook page.
“Neither of these candidates seems to really like or have a deep passion for campaigning,” he added, noting that Romney and Obama were nothing like Lyndon B. Johnson, Hubert Humphrey, Ronald Reagan or Bill Clinton. “I can’t remember a campaign when both major party candidates seemed to dislike campaigning as much as these two,” he continued.
Noting that the conventions were about to begin, Rather speculated that perhaps Romney or Obama would “get enthusiastic” soon.
“Obama is more likely to than Romney, in my opinion,” Rather continued. “He had the mojo the last time, but has lost it somewhere along the way.”
Maybe Rather could start making up stories about one of the candidates using forged documents to make it more interesting. . .