Princeton, New Jersey (CNN) - Chris Daggett is a political novice yet has the routine down pat: Approach a morning commuter, extend his hand and a good-morning greeting, and pick a question from his repertoire:
"Are you a voter?"
"Are you happy with Jon Corzine?"
The shaking head is a preview of the answer: "I'm not happy with anybody."
The man tells Daggett he has a doctorate in education; Daggett talks about his promise to invest more in higher education if elected governor.
"Thanks - hope you'll consider voting for me," Daggett says.
All standard fare, until Daggett hands the man some campaign literature. Stapled to the back: a guide to the different places Daggett's name can be found on the ballot in each of New Jersey's 21 counties.
The states voting soon that choose a Republican are going to encourage Republicans like one the other Bush brothers, such as Jeb Bush, to run for president.
Yet another Bush in the White House!
It will never happen. Real people cannot break into politics because they cannot afford to buy elections. Sorry Daggett.