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That's the second attack I've seen recently on Rand Paul's comments - ouch! They must be hitting the target - Rand Paul's taking some flak.Keep it up Rand!
Karl Rove is past his expiration date when it comes to predicting politics.He's in the same category as Dick Morris.
Both Clintons are scum, and we said so for years. Now that Rand has said it publicly, Rove acts all holier than thou. Karl sits around with his tablet, while the others do the heavy lifting.
I wish Fox would figure that out.
Well.......... knowing the last people Rove wants to represent in 2016 is either Rand Paul or Ted Cruz this attack from Rove doesn't surprise me in the least.
I think Rand's move is well calculated. Hillary's support among women needs to be softened up, and Bill's philandering is her soft underbelly.I am also of the belief that exposing the truth is rarely a bad strategy, particularly when a candidate is an underdog like Paul. Polls and poll calculating are for GOPe types who can outspend the authentic conservatives. The best strategy for the latter is simply to remain authentic and take the flak that goes along with it.
This is true and the info which came out yesterday about Hillary and Bill's affairs - basically saying she knew and she just shrugged it off - isn't going to play well with a lot of women... One thing we don't "shrug off" is our husbands cheating - much less being serial cheaters - unless you are simply staying with them for the power (aka Kennedy women).....
Did you write that with a straight face? The biggest supporters of Hillary Clinton are single, liberal and independent women. Making Bill Clinton an issue in 2016 makes about as much sense as making Rand's nutty daddy the issue if he's the nominee.
Why would Rand Paul want to tailor his message to single, liberal women? Perhaps you can enlighten us as to which of the GOP candidates is going to be successful in wresting these women from Hillary? Paul's message is clearly meant to resonate with married GOP women with children, who he will need to capture the nomination, and who he must hold in order to beat Hillary.
He will need at least some independent women if he expects to get elected. He won't get liberal women, of course.I guess I just don't get how making Bill Clinton an issue is going to help defeat Hillary. When Bill Clinton WAS an issue in 1998, the GOP lost seats in the House.
It IS stupid, but it appeals to a certain segment of the Republican party. He's laying down markers.