For me he surfaced right after the primary. That was his first mistake nobody really heard about him until the first debate. You cant just show up having never held a public office and just expect everyone to trip over themselves to vote for you and put you into the US Senate. This election was way too important! One thing that pissed me off about him was that he called himself the Tea Party's candidate. NOT TRUE! He was the Boston Tea Party's candidate. They are a small group no associated with the National Tea Party.
He's a libertarian and he had some good ideas. He was a virtual nobody who quit his job and ran his campaign out of his kitchen.
I would like to see him start off as a state rep or selectmen or something before he gets too far ahead of himself.
I got into a lengthy discussion with a you man about him. He wanted the tparty folks to vote for him. We didnt want to waste our votes on a virtual nobody. He just wanted to make a statement. No matter what I said he wasnt going to change his mind even after I told him about the time I voted for Ross Perot. Now that the elections over I wonder who made the bigger statement me or him.