Paul Ryan Should Be the Ross Perot of 2012Virginia Postrel
Aug. 14 (Bloomberg) -- The traditional roles of a U.S. presidential running mate are ticket balancer and attack dog. With their choices of Al Gore and Dick Cheney, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush added another: the brainy policy partner with big-picture views.
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