"I don't vote," he says. "I find both parties to be appalling and OK at the same time. I find it harder for anybody as they get older to feel 100 per cent strongly behind one party. There's lots more grey than when I was younger. I'm a libertarian."
That's Graydon Carter, editor of Vanity Fair and late of Spy, one of the very most influential magazines of its day in terms of style, design, and tone, talking in the Financial Times. [Link courtesy of Drudge]