Presidential campaign buffs will tell you the successful candidate usually is the one with the most coherent message, the biggest bank account or the greatest physical presence. For Kingston resident and 2004 presidential aspirant Fern Penna, two out of three isn’t bad. “We are taking a total approach,” he said recently. “We have concrete policies to fix everything at once.” These policies are largely based on a plan to turn the Unites States into a nation of space explorers. If elected, Penna promises to put a man on Mars, build spacecraft to catch meteors that could be harvested for minerals and begin mining operations on the moon.