Opinion, by Michael Royster
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Elections will be held in October 2014 throughout Brazil, with contenders for federal Congress, Senate and President. Although that seems like quite a distance away, it is more than clear that the Presidential campaign has already started. There are four quasi-declared candidates, and one undeclared candidate. The Curmudgeon believes this undeclared candidate is most likely to win.
Pollsters have begun to sample public opinion, and the front-runner for President is the incumbent Dilma . . .