Monday, March 12, 2012
"Rick Perry was the HP TouchPad. It seemed promising at first, but it flopped. (The company hated the product so much that it announced it would quit the hardware business.) Jon Huntsman was a Segway. Mitt Romney resembles Microsoft Windows: dominant, but unloved. (And if he loses, he'll be more like Windows Vista.) Herman Cain was MySpace. Santorum is the Barnes and Noble Nook: fondly regarded but underfunded and maybe doomed. Newt Gingrich is Clocky. Ron Paul is Linux"