As if it weren't hard enough to get someone like that in the White House, I'm pretty passing senate confirmation would quash our dreams entirely. I just had an image of Ron Paul nominating Walter Block to anything...
On a more serious note, I wonder how Jeffrey Tucker would fare, not that he would actually accept a nomination.
I'd want to say that if they somehow won, or if RP won on a write in that they'd prettymuch have the ability to appoint unicorns and dragons if they wanted to, but the truth is no for most people "we" would want in. Woods no, Murphy no, Napolitano, possibly. Perhaps some non-Austrian/anarchist Libertarians with greater credentials could get past appointment, but I doubt that, for instance, more than maybe one or two people who have ever contributed to a Mises Daily or LRC could.
Why are we hoping to change things from the inside, if we really believe in what we say about how corrupt the system is? Even if Ron Paul magically got all the votes he needed as a write-in, he still wouldn't get it. We saw what the RNC was like. The system doesn't follow it's own rules when we win by following them.
Agorism is seeming more and more preferable.
I'd get a masters/PHD in something, maybe write a book, and try to organize something or other and hold down a prestigious job of some sort.
Doing that in four years is about as ambitious as your wife running for the presidency so no trouble there.
So just get her to appoint a bunch of old ugly intellectual guys... That shouldn't be hard...
what if I became an anarchist lawyer, without passing the bar by making all my cases pro se actions? Whats the going rate for a judge, $50k? 10%?
Oh... You're talking about that sort of plunder...