Who agrees with this possible 2013 Cabinet?
State: Sarah Palin (she does actually have some foreign experience. Her state is right next door to Russia and feels the might of Vladamir Putin)
Treasury: Newt Gingrich (oversaw the failure of the 1995 budget, causing a shutdown, alledgedly because Bill Clinton had made him sit at the back of the plane on a journey)
Defence: Rich Iott (a candidate who got into trouble for wearing a Nazi Uniform, later said he was fascinated at Germany's military "accomplishments")
Justice (AG): Ann Coulter (once said to a group of gay conservatives that marriage is not a civil right because they are "not black")
Interior: Joe Barton (was forced by the rest of the Republican party to apologise, after defending BP over the oil spill)
Agriculture: Andrew Breitbart (he's caused trouble in this department already, so why not?)
Commerce: Sharron Angle (complained that the government were mistreating BP by setting up an escrow account set so they could cough up compensation)
Labor: Joe Miller (Senate candidate that complained that the minimal wage is unconstitutional)
Health & HS: Christine O'Donnell (competition for this was difficult, so they decided to assign someone who could faithfully support their healthcare plans)
Housing & UD: Carl Paladino (called Manhattan "Home to smug, self-important, pampared Liberal elistists". Not a good strategy in the New York gubernational election)
Transportation: Michele Bachmann (perpetrated the rumour that Obama's India trip costed $200 million a day)
Energy: Rush Limbaugh (another fiercely-contensted positition, but this guy suggested that environmental nutjobs deliberately blew up the BP oil rig and caused the spill)
Education: Cynthia Dunbar (responsible for the controversial curriculum changes to the Texas Curriculum last year)
The VA: Donald Rumsfeld (he's caused enough problems in Iraq, but maybe he can apologise to the soldiers by giving them their benefits)
Homeland Security: Glenn Beck (okay, I had to put him in somewhere. But as well as needing to sniff out conspiracy theories and security threats, the Department also has to respond to natural disasters. Beck complained that the only victims of Hurricane Katrina he saw on the news were "scumbags" and expressed delight at the California bush fires. Maybe he's a bit too far down the line of succession)
(You can be selected for the Cabinet if you're already on Congress, but you have to resign from Congress)
To Conservative Readers, I challenge you to come up with an even worse left-wing version!
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
How about this one:
President: Ron Paul
Vice President: Chuck Hagel
Sec. of State: Gov. Bobby Jindal (R-LA) He's articulate and intelligent. Not to mention he's a minority and a Republican, which would play well with foreign leaders.
Treasury: Fmr Sen. Fred Thompson (R-TN) He was a member of the Congressional Flat Tax Caucus and voted for an across-the-board spending cut in October 1999.
Defense: Robert Gates (R-KS) Under President Paul, there will definetaly be a non-interventionalist foreign policy, but Dr. Gates will most likely remain the Sec. of Defense.
Justice (AG): Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ) As the AG of New Jersey, he took a firm stance against child molestors and child pornography and would only get tougher on crime in the US.
Interior: Sen. Olympia Snowe (R-ME) She's been very staunch on protecting the Environment and she comes from Maine, a very Environmentally protective state. She's almost perfect for the job.
Department of Agriculture: Rep. John Campbell (R-CA) Campbell is a supporter of Drug Reform, which fits perfect with Dr. Paul's support of Drug Reform.
Commerce: Fmr. Rep. Newt Gingrich (R-GA) Supports a Balanced Budget Amendment to the Constitution and was the Speaker of the House during a somewhat good economy under Clinton.
Labor: Rep. Donald Young (R-AK) Voted for the Lilly Ledbetter Equal Pay Act, so he clearly supports a higher minimum wage and equal rights.
Health and Human Services: Fmr Gov. Matt Blunt (R-MO) Enacted Tort Reform and other Health Reform in Missouri and it was extremely effective. After the mess that Obamacare caused, Governor Blunt would clean up the mess with proper reform.
Housing and UD: Rep. Scott Garrett (R-NJ) Representative Garrett is the incoming chairman of the Housing Financial Services subcommittee and has been adamant on finding a solution for the housing crisis.
Transportation: Rep. John Mica (R-FL) Representative Mic ais the ranking member of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.
Energy: Sen. Mark Kirk (R-IL) Senator Kirk said that he hopes the US reaches a 25% Renewable Energy goal by 2025 and is one of very few Republicans in Congress who has openly supported using renewable resources.
Education: Rep. John Kline (R-MN) Representative Kline is the ranking Republican member of the House Education and Labor Committee.
Veteran Affairs: Rep. Charles Dent (R-PA) Representative Dent supported the James Zadroga Act in the House, which would have given emergency health benefits to 9/11 First Responders.
Homeland Security: While Dr. Paul has said he wants to abolish the DOHS, I personally think that Dr. Paul would still choose Rep. Peter King (R-NY) to be the head of the department until he decides to (or not to) abolish it.
There you go!
- Ki_KiLv 51 decade ago
There are no Communists and only 1 racists in this group. As you are clearly a liberal, perhaps you might want to go back and add some.