And the president of Mexico for the next six years is....(yawn) Felipe Calderon (seen here modeling a pair of thin, rimless eyeglasses, partially obscured by his apparently fingerprint-less right hand.) I'm sure he'll be an inoffensive, though utterly ineffectual president - ineffectual partly because 64% of the electorate voted for someone else, and partly because he campaigned on a platform of not changing anything...
I don't know enough about Mexican politics to know if Lopez Obrador would make a better president, but he'd certainly be a more interesting one.
Nailed it! Because if there's one one word people most associate with Mexico over the last six years, it's "boring."
CFR's Shannon O'Neill has a breakdown of The Calderón Years By The Numbers. It's been anything but boring, Felipe. Burro Hall regrets - deeply regrets - the error.