Watch As Rand Paul Sets To Launch Kentucky: Senator Tries To Set Himself Apart

dApril 6, 2015

Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.

Most of Rand Paul’s positions resonate well with libertarians and he is beginning to catch mainstream and conservative republicans attention as well.

As the video below shows, the lefties in the media are scared to death of him posing puff questions that Newt and others hit our of the park.

Paul may be to early in his career and may need to follow in the footsteps of President Ronald W. Reagan and loose the party’s nomination for winning one.

For damn sure with the only qualification of a once time Senator from KY, he is certainly more qualified than the Hildabeast to hold the highest office in the land.

Rand Paul is set to make the announcement that is seeking the Republican nomination official on Tuesday but began a soft launch with a YouTube video released late Easter Sunday.

Describing himself as a different kind of Republican leader, Paul’s ad mixes clips of him delivering a speech at CPAC with news coverage of his time in the Senate. Paul’s selection of clips endorsing him are definitely different as he mixes old Republican hands like Newt Gingrich and Michael Steele with CNN’s Candy Crowley, MSNBC’s Chris Matthews and even Jon Stewart fromThe Daily Show.

“The senator from Kentucky might just be the candidate who ends up winning this thing,” Matthews intones in a brief clip.

 with an event in Louisville, Kentucky. He then heads out on a tour that will include stops in New Hampshire South Carolina, Iowa and Nevada. 

Disclaimer: This article was not written by Lorra B.

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