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I was on the bus going home yesterday and wondered to myself whether Claudius Etruscus would ever be appointed as the Finance Minister.... Oh wait, that was in my *other* life where my brain is replaced by that of an Anglican Priest....

You bring a smile to our lives, Mr Felix. Thanks for this fun little take on elections. And I doubt that Agamemnon would even want to run in our election - he has too much pride left.


The problem is, often what it takes to be a true leader and what it takes to get elected are opposites.


Which leaves me wondering how vote splitting might impact his success. His appeal seems broadly based.


The leaership of the Greeks is amplified in tragedy: the leader is a good man who is inadequate to the task (Creon - Antigone)

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