Re: Means and Ends (Joshua Cohen & Glenn Loury)
What I find interesting and troubling about some of the left wing's semi-embrace of Paul because of his foreign policy and wall-street stances, in spite of his domestic policy views, is that the left already has an excellent potential candidate who agrees with Paul on his foreign policies and disagrees on domestic policies. Kucinich is consistent, honest, fearless and generally makes excellent (progressive) sense. Yet for the most part he was considered a crank during the previous election. And we hear nothing at all about him as a possible primary challenger or third party candidate this time around.