Decision 2000: Page 2 goes to polls

It's Election Day, and the polls are open at Page 2.

Here's the next race on our ballot:

Position: Attorney General
Job requirements: The nation's top lawyer must be independent of the administration. Managing all of the country's law enforcement agencies requires skills in delegation and trust in subordinates.

The Candidates:

Ryan Klesko
Age: 29     Day job: First baseman, San Diego Padres
Pro: Defensive liabilities on the field shouldn't prevent him from reaching his dream of becoming an FBI agent.
Con: Couldn't work undercover with that facial hair.

La Russa
Tony La Russa
Age: 56     Day job: Manager, St. Louis Cardinals
Pro: Good press guaranteed by Washington pundit George Will.
Con: Does the term clubhouse lawyer mean anything to you?

Rod Thorn
Age: 59     Day job: President, New Jersey Nets
Pro: Now that he's back in team management, he can display such fine decision-making and foresight as the time he drafted a kid named Michael Jordan.
Con: As former NBA disciplinarian, his numerous closed-door meetings with Dennis Rodman could create tabloid scandals.

Richie Phillips
Age: 59     Day job: Former head of major-league umpires union.
Pro: Holds strong to his convictions.
Con: Couldn't convince rank and file that his convictions are worth holding strong to.

Pat Quinn
Age: 57     Day job: Coach and general manager, Toronto Maple Leafs
Pro: Former pugnacious defenseman has a law degree from Widener University, Delaware School of Law. He can beat 'em in the alley and on the ice.
Con: Love of cigars will compromise his role in any Cuban immigration cases.

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