Ohio congressman and Democratic presidential longshot Dennis Kucinich told supporters over the weekend that he's thinking about wild-card GOP hopeful Ron Paul as a running mate, because their administration could bring people together "to balance the energies in this country." Paul, the libertarian doctor-congressman from Texas, holds diametrically opposed views from Kucinich's on abortion, health care, and taxes, so, according to a Paul spokesman, a joint ticket "would never work," but the two candidates do agree on ending the war in Iraq and protecting civil liberties.
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