Sure it’s almost an impossibility, but wouldn’t it be entertaining? Both Gravel and Paul seem to have made waves in their respective debates.
Blog wisdom suggests that each one of them was the divergent, inspirational voice in their debate that didn’t simply toe the party line and avoid anything potentially offensive.
If these two candidates faced off in the general election, I imagine we’d see a true questioning of party lines on a national level. Both trend toward social liberalism and diverge on fiscal policy. Who knows where the votes would actually come down if fiscal and social conservatism were separated?
I hope that social media pressure and rising poll numbers can keep these guys in the debates, and prevent us from choosing among marginally different candidates. Romney/Guiliani/McCain vs. Clinton/Obama/Edwards is nothing but US politics as usual.
4 thoughts on “Ron Paul vs. Mike Gravel for President?”
Rob, I’ll have to admit that I don’t know much about these candidates…If I remember, I’d like to pick your brain on their platforms the next time we hang out…maybe at the cookout?
In my mind, there is no better congressman than Ron Paul.
Mike Gravel should be Ron Paul’s running mate.
Ron Paul should be Mike Gravel’s running mate
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