I look over the candidates coming out of Iowa and I'm not thrilled yet. I'm center-right Democrat, but Joe Biden seems to me less than a great guy and far short of Presidential timbre. First time I ever noticed him running for president -- seems like forever ago -- the press discovered he was delivering a campaign speech previously given by a British candidate, right down to the autobiographical details. Nothing since has given me the impression he's overly honest or above taking advantage of his position. He looks goofy and produces more gaffes that clearly expressed ideas. He's creepy with his complete misunderstanding of personal space and the whitest teeth this side of Susie Orman. Stories are that he swam naked while female Secret Service Agents were on duty and created national security nightmares with his Amtrak trips home to Delaware. Sanders, Warren and Buttigieg are better. Sanders is a little too old and too far left, Warren too schoolmarmish and farther left than me and Buttigieg … well let's just say the Mayor of South Bend is young and this far into the campaign I have to check a reference every time I want to correctly pronounce or spell his name. The other problems for me: deregulation has gone to far, but it's a helluva lot better for the economy than thoughtless overregulation. I believe global warming is real and manmade or at least man exacerbated, but I don't want Greta Thunberg to define our national response to it. I think immigration policy should be as humane as we can make it. But as a nation we need to protect our borders and place a priority on accepting immigrants that improve our economy, not place a drag on it.