Comparing the presidential candidates to Shakespeare is hardly new. But Coriolanus doesn't come up all that often, so I thought this one worth a link. [* You know, I never did watch the Colbert report on this subject since I was in Disney at the time, I'll have to go check it out.]
The other candidate (I'll let you guess which is which if you don't want to peek :)) is compared to Hamlet and Macbeth, though I think that's the weaker of the two arguments. After all, the author says (albeit jokingly) that the candidate is not a good match for Macbeth because "he is not a man given to seeing ghosts in his dining room." ... apparently seeing ghosts up on the parapets is not a problem?