Picking Paul as his running mate would enable Romney to draft the Texas congressman's revolutionary army—or at least a good portion of it. It also would give the ticket something else it has lacked up to this point: spine. Romney is notorious for changing his positions on the issues, writes A. Barton Hinkle, while Paul is widely admired for sticking to his (mostly) libertarian principles.
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