Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D., Ohio) is likely to get redistricted out of his safe seat in Ohio. So now he’s thinking about running in Washington State:
. . . Mr. Kucinich figures his aggressive brand of antiwar, pro-working class politics could sell well in a solidly blue state where he has ideological allies and was popular during his unsuccessful White House bids in 2004 and 2008. It is a somewhat novel idea that could be summed up as: Have seniority, will travel.
“I think the issues that I speak about in terms of economic and social justice and peace and environmental quality are things that concern people all over the country, and I am grateful to be here with people of like mind,” said Mr. Kucinich on Saturday as he joined the crowd outside the bank in the heavily Democratic neighborhood of Wallingford.
Shouldn’t there be some sort of law against transporting a Kucinich across state lines?