Dennis Kucinich and Ron Paul in 2012?

Sean Fenley, who describes himself as “an independent progressive blogger,” obviously was impressed enough by small-l libertarian Ron Paul to want to team him up with various progressive candidates in 2012. Writing in Op-Ed News, he has a proposal for “real hope, real change”:

Dennis Kucinich and Ron Paul should run together in the next presidential campaign (I don’t care who’s on the top of the ticket, they can hold an internet election or some such for all I care). They are in agreement on enough issues that (if elected) they could… [and he has a long wish-list of areas in which they purportedly agree]

Fenley’s not a rigid ideologue when it comes to candidates, however. He’s also willing to team Ralph Nader or Cynthia McKinney with Ron Paul.

5 Responses to “Dennis Kucinich and Ron Paul in 2012?”

  1. Yosemite1967 Says:

    Teaming Ralph Nader up with Ron Paul is like teaming Lenin up with George Washington—not hap’nin’.

  2. Nancy Says:

    How about my rep Brad Sherman from California? He’s a Democrat, but he’s far more fiscally conservative than Kucinich, AND he voted against the bank bailout. Here’s a recent clip of him in Congress. He’s awesome:
    (He shows up at 1:07)

  3. Pollster Says:

    Fenley is just a nobody seeking attention. Who cares?

  4. Lojiko Says:

    RP had his chance. He’ll never run for President again.

  5. disinter Says:

    RP had his chance. He’ll never run for President again.

    No, the idiotic American voters (including the barfers) had their chance. They will never have one again.

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