A few weeks ago we wrote a piece analyzing the Ron Paul campaign and noted that when it came to foreign policy, the Texas Congressman and GOP presidential candidate was not a conservative.
Comes now this story in the Hill in which Paul admits that were he to win the presidency, yes indeed he would seriously consider appointing the far left Ohio Democrat Dennis Kucinich to his Cabinet.
The newspaper quotes Paul as follows:
“You’ve got to give credit to people who think,” he said of the Ohio leftist Congressman who has himself run for the Democrat’s presidential nomination. In a breakfast hosted by the Christian Science Monitor, Paul added:
“Being pragmatic is about forming coalitions. I probably work with coalitions better than the other candidates. I don’t think I’ve said anything negative here about the president.”
A conservative presidency with a Secretary-of-Something Dennis Kucinich.
Obama for Secretary of State?
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