This morning on the Today show, Time managing editor Richard Stengel revealed the short list for his magazine's "Person of the Year." The prestigious award has gone to Presidents (Obama, GWB (twice), Clinton), businessmen (Ted Turner, Jeff Bezos), and you (you). Unfortunately, you missed the cut this year, but these six people didn't: Nancy Pelosi, Gen. Stanley McChrystal, Ben Bernanke, President Obama, Steve Jobs and Usain Bolt. Of course, it wouldn't be Time without a gimmick, and this year's is the shortlisting of "the Chinese worker." But we're still holding out hope that a last minute push will get you the award. Really, you've earned it.Need more reason why you can't take TIME seriously? Here we have a House Speaker who enjoys low approval ratings in her own home state, while accomplishing little (sorry, but getting a leftist healthcare reform bill passed by a smidgen when your party holds a clear majority is not anything to gloat about) if anything in the process being picked as a finalist for 'Person of the Year'?!?. And why isn't Glenn Beck on the list (no, seriously, hate him or love him, has any media personality made a bigger impact this year?)? My vote would be for Usain Blot or Steve Jobs. Either way, I swear if they give it to Barry again, TIME's 'Person of the Year' goes in the same trash can of irrelevancy with the Noble Peace Prize.