That would be great. But I doubt it would ever happen.
Actually it would be an extremely shrewd strategic move by a big "C" Conservative president. It puts the highly organized Paulites firmly in your support group. Ron Paul is put in charge of something where his views are almost completely in line with the conservatives. Yet it gets him out of congress where his libertarian foreign policy is a constant threat to the solidarity of the conservative voting block. After all can you name the last time anyone did a half hour interview with Al Greenspan about our policy in Central America?
And at least the new president wouldn't have to worry about high inflation.
posted on 03/04/2011 7:19:06 AM PST
(There are millions of paranoid people in the world and they are all out to get me.)
There was a time when conservatives wold have been in line with the views of Ron Paul as his views are old school aka paleo conservative which were later overshadowed by the rise of the neo conservatives who are simply reformed Trotskytes like Irving Kristol who helped to shift the pro war position from the left to the right.
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