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American Presidential Politics: We have seen the clowns, but where are the magicians?

In this circus of American Presidential Politics, we have seen the clowns and the animal acts, but perhaps we need a magician.

Before the big tent folds and the lights go out, where are the men in black hats, the tricksters who will wave their wands and reveal the "real" candidates for the Republican and Democrat parties? 

I think, I hope, that both parties will come forward with viable, inspiring candidates, yet I remain nervous, waiting.. 

Sanders is inspiring to me, but old, and Trump is inspiring to Republicans (though I cannot imagine why) and he seems even more crazy/nutty than the average Republican candidate. 

So please tell me that someone is hiding beneath the white tablecloth, or inside the black magician's hat, awaiting the wave of the wand or the sprinkling of stardust that will signal the unveiling of the real candidates.

I hope this big show can amaze us with something other than a hat-full of dumb bunnies and big bamboozles.

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