Stephen in Soky wrote:Geez Jeff, Why are you taking such offense with someone who has stated they'd vote for the younger Paul? I'd like to see him win, I've said that before in this thread. If I wanted him to lose, I'd be here singing praises of what a wonderful job he's doing running his campaign. He needs to realize his every move is now under a microscope. He needs to be smart. He needs to be cool and even headed. He dosen't need to have staff quitting because he forbid them from criticizing the RNC. He needs to focus his campaigning on KENTUCKY. He's not running for national office. I don't know what state you reside in, but if it isn't Kentucky, you can't vote for him. He doesn't need to win your vote. He needs to win mine and a whole lot more in KENTUCKY.
You seem to think I'm pro "Slick Politician" when in fact I'm not. I'm pro "Smart candidate with ideals". So far, Rand only has the ideals, the smart part is yet to be seen. All the ideals in the world won't do Rand or the USA any good if he doesn't get elected.
Well, I'm asking you what he's doing or what you think he should do differently.
My in laws live in Louisville and I'm trying to convince them to vote for Rand so I'd like to know from a first hand observer.
So staff is quitting because he won't allow them to take pot shots at the R's. And???
Would it make sense to sling mud at the party you are running under?
And you WANT a guy slinging mud like a typical politician or would you want him to stay above the fray and talk about issues?
He may not NEED my vote, but he's pretty interested in my wallet. And I'm pretty interested in giving it to him so if he's doing something I should know about, then I'd like to hear it.