The 2004 presidential race lacked a feature present in every campaign since 1992: a significant showing by a third-party candidate. Today, however, political strategists are coming to recognize that the presidential race in 2008 may be a threesome again. Mayor Bloomberg has denied that he is running, but after two terms as New York mayor, what else would he do with his money? "Half a billion dollars? Not a problem," he was reported to have said earlier this year when asked what he was willing to spend on a campaign.
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