The reading period officially ends today and finals officially begin tomorrow. Because I have no final tomorrow, it is not quite true that I will be suffering and miserable this weekend, but the pain will start on Monday with Business Organizations: Explain Agency, Partnerships, Corporations, and Mergers for Three Hours. Having four of five finals be open-book is comforting, even if not as helpful as one might think.
Meanwhile, I think literally every Republican candidate for President is a compromise. Giuliani doesn't get immigration at all, nor Huckabee, whose religious zealotry seems to have stepped over the line into insanity. Romney is as slick as Bill Clinton and 90% as untrustworthy (still pretty bad), Thompson doesn't seem to stand for anything, preferring to rest on his undeserved conservative cred instead, and McCain has already proved unwilling to allow people to express political views (not to mention, he's been bad and will probably continue to be so on judicial nominations). Ron Paul believes in the impending North American Union.
I am not sure it's really worth it to vote for the least of these evils this time around, because they are so far from true conservatism, any one of them will probably be more liberal than Bush (yep).
Have fun with that.