I have not missed voting in an election since I was old enough to vote. In Indiana our vote doesn't count real heavy for President because of how late our primary is and remember the electoral college determines the winner, not necessarily the popular vote. For that reason, I don't put as much emphasis on the Presidential election as I do the local, state, and federal representative elections. Having said that, folks we missed the boat a long time ago. Not one President in my voting life time has been able to govern without issues. The situation we are in politically has been a group effort. The moment salaries for political office started to rise and perks of the offices and loose rules and laws as to how politicians can receive money, spend money, save money and not use it all for a run at a political office has corrupted the system. Anyone can give so called "facts" to prove or disprove any President's success or failures. That is why it is called "spin". And we buy it all the time. Until we put laws in to effect that cause politicians to actually do their jobs, nothing will change. Politics or political office should not be a career. It is an opportunity to represent the people of the country and act in THEIR best interests instead of the interests of the politicians. In my opinion, there should be some form of term limits. Any U.S. Senator and or Congressman who is part of a Senate or House that does not balance the budget should not be allowed to run for office again. Furthermore, the wages of Senators and House of Representatives should be lowered. We need statesmen or women not politicians. We need to get rid of the greed in Washington. Political offices should not be where people migrate to to become wealthy and have a life long career. Because of this I really don't know of a President in my voting life that I can say was a good President. Our political officials are in Washington for the wrong reasons. It has become a city of "spin" a so called shell game and we are apathetic enough as a society that we really don't care what shell the ball is under. We complain about it all the time. What gets me the most is it seems those who complain the loudest...don't vote. In the last presidential election only 58.2% of eligible voters voted according to The Huffington Post.