Wasted third party vote?
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Honestly though, I'd be very happy with this. While I don't agree 100% with Paul, IF he managed to win the ticket he'd be the first person in memory on the biggest stage that I could see myself happy with enough to actively WANT to get involved. Huntsman would've caused that for me as well, but alas that abysmal primary stategy had him going no where.
The smears going off against Paul would definitely come in full force, but I think he's seemingly got enough "new blood" in him to embrace some of the changing realities of politics and hopefully get some people on board who know how to message and manage public perception in the 21st century to combat it. If he could leverage some of what worked with his father with the younger people in creating an '08 Obama-esque "socially trendy" feeling to his campaign, I could see him surprising some folks.
Last edited by Zyphlin; 03-10-14 at 10:04 AM.
"I am appalled that somebody who is the nominee...would take that kind of position"
"A court took away a presidency"
"...the brother of a man running for president was the governor of the state..."
It's horrifying because Trump is blunt instead of making overt implications.
It is unlikely that either of these will be the frontrunner but I wouldn't be surprised if one of these people end up being the frontrunner. I will be shocked if this is how things will look in November 2016. At least one party will throw us a curve ball and somebody will come out of the blue like a certain unknown Senator from Illinois. It will be somebody that wasn't even considered in March 2014.
Many people claim that Republicans botched their chances at winning the election because of all the dirt that surfaced against Romney in the primary. Hillary was smart enough to know that if she ran in 2012 she would have lost against Obama and Obama would have lost against Romney. She's a very gifted politician. She has just been extremely unlucky.