Too good to verify: Alien elf wants Guy Fawkes for his running mate

Well, their politics are actually not all that dissimilar, and Kucinich was pro-life until 2002. So there’s that. And the general nuttiness.

The race goes on, but one thing that can be said for U.S. Rep. and presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich, of Ohio, and that is he is always proposing something new. This time he mentioned a possible Democrat-Republican ticket. The Republican he is suggesting, Ron Paul, is a congressman from Texas. According to one political observer, it could be called the liberal-libertarian ticket. We have noticed a number of Ron Paul signs in Erie. Both Kucinich and Paul frequently have copies of the Constitution with them while campaigning. Both men are still in the race, which is kind of a surprise. Neither has made inroads on either party ticket.

The blog that posted this doesn’t source its claim and I’ve never heard of the blog before, so I can’t vouch for its word one way or the other. But come on. It just makes a warped kind of sense to put these two on a ticket.

Update: Thanks to commenter amerpundit, here’s a Cleveland Plain Dealer report on Kucinich’s Tinfoil Ticket idea.