The choice facing Republican voters in their presidential primaries this year don't seem like much of a choice at all: The Donald vs. Anybody Else -- and Anybody Else is losing ground fast.
The choice facing Democrats would seem dismal, too:
Consider: Her "new ideas" boil down to the oldest when a country finds itself in trouble. Just inflate the economy. And she's still defending what may be the worst idea of the century: Obamacare, a mandatory tax in the guise of health insurance. Oh, yes, she's also for taxing corporations on their profits abroad, which is a good way to export American jobs there, too.
Here's a better idea: How about just leaving the American economy well enough alone, and letting it continue its steady recovery without interference?
Payrolls were up by 242,000 last month even while unemployment held steady at 4.9 percent. Why not just do nothing and do it well? Instead of fiddling with it? Which may be good advice for private investors, too.
Let's just say the real loser in this year's presidential race is becoming clearer all the time: the American people.