Ed Driscoll

Darth Bloomberg?

Jim Geraghty writes that with the $500 million that he’s prepared to spend on a third party run, New York City’s Mike Bloomberg “can afford to have all of his speeches dubbed by James Earl Jones”:

The 2004 presidential campaign lacked something that the 2000, 1996, and 1992 campaigns featured: a significant showing by a third party candidate. Neither Ralph Nader nor H. Ross Perot came close to winning in those earlier cycles, but both garnered enough support to leave the ultimate winner with less than 50 percent of the vote