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The Nation -- Crawling from the wreckage of the Fred Thompson for President campaign is the former principal deputy assistant secretary for Near Eastern Affairs at the State Department.
This Bush administration specialist on the tenuous circumstances of what may be the world's most volatile region now joins Mitt Romney's campaign as a "senior foreign policy adviser."
This is not the sort of development that would excite many campaigns. Washington is sick with "principle deputy assistants" peddling their inflated resumes in search of new positions. They are the departmental hangers-on -- desperate to retain ranking accorded them only by virtue of political or paternal connections -- who attach to new campaigns in hopes of getting work in another administration.
Originally posted by oLDWoRLDDiSoRDeR
reply to post by biggie smalls
If only Ron Paul and Kucinich run together, then we maybe would have a chance at saving the world. Otherwise, we're all doomed.
Is exactly what im hoping for^^^ . I know this guy is a long shot but its still scary.