By Jaylan Boyle, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO - With a famous wife and an infamous temper, Ciro Gomez of the Brazilian Socialist Party (PSB) cuts quite the dashing figure in Brazilian politics. Next year he will in all likelihood be locking horns with Dilma Rousseff and José Serra in a third bid to get himself to the top. According to a recent poll this is about as likely as it was last time out in 2002.
Gomez is trailing the distant second-placed contender Dilma Rousseff by five percentage points. Of course, never say never in this part of the . . .