Rand Paul in 2016? He might have to win back some of his father's followers
08/27/2012 08:53 PM
Kentucky U.S. Sen. Rand Paul might be the natural successor to the movement that has loyally supported his father.
Indeed, the younger Paul was greeted to cheers of “Paul in ’16,” as he took the stage at Sunday’s rally to honor Ron Paul, the Texas congressman and Republican presidential candidate.
But some of the ardent Ron Paul fans were guarded about their expectations for Rand Paul while others wrote off supporting him for president in the future. Here’s what’s being said inside the movement:
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