01/03/2008 01:37 pm ET Updated May 25, 2011

Decidedly Undecided in Iowa

What does it take for an undecided Iowa voter TO DECIDE? A year of sizing up candidates in their living rooms (literally, in many cases) apparently is not enough if polls are correct in showing that more than a third of the voters in both parties will walk into the caucuses tonight either undecided or prone to change their minds at the last minute.

The main difference between the parties seems to be that Democrats are so content with their choices that they might prefer "all of the above." But unhappy Republicans might pick "none of the above."

If so many of the most pampered voters in the history of democracy still cannot make up their minds, perhaps they should stay home and eat pork (or beef?).

Can you imagine suffering behind these people at the grocery check-out counter? How long would it take for them to choose paper or plastic? We're waiting . . . More on Craig Crawford's Trail Mix