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September 30, 2013


Rand Paul wins either way.

A coalition of only Republicans is going to be a loser in 2016.

If he endorses but doesn't campaign hard for McConnell, McConnell is a dead duck. Paul will need some good hard promises and votes from McConnell in the next year for an enthusiastic edorsement. McConnell is going to need to endorse and vote for a full audit of the FED, a full 180 on foreign policy, some big civil liberty votes, and some party infrastructure behind Paul before Paul goes full board. A McConnell win will be strictly up to Paul and it will be forgiven by the progressives if he continues to be outspoken for progressive ideals like giving back voting rights to felons.

On the other side, Paul is going hard for the progressive vote. A Grimes win, especially if it is public knowledge that Paul was less than enthusiastic on the campaign trail, is huge. It is a start in solidifying a majority coalition.

Rand Paul can't lose next year. All he has to do is sit back and watch what happens.

Rand Paul is universally popular right now in KY. He would win with 80% if his election was next year.

Next year is going to be exciting.

Happy face !!!

That could change over night so Paul needs to continue to grind and stay one step ahead, but the fact that he is one step ahead right now means he has the big MO.

And guess who wins no matter what?

Rand Paul.

He has positioned himself nicely.

The only adult tea partier in the room.

And gaining traction in Democratic circles as well as Republican.

More battles to be fought, but I am grinning ear to ear.

By the way ...

Grimes looks like she is going to bank more than McConnell.

Next year is going to be a fun year.

God Bless.

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