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Rand Paul humiliates John McCain

After an intro on what Karl Rove is up to in Republican Party mayhem, Mathews points out that an hour after John McCain attacked Chuck Hagel, Rand Paul berated McCain on foreign policy regarding Egpyt.

Later in the clip, Mathews and Howard Fineman discuss Rand Paul running in 2016. They are of the opinion he will run, and in a sense will run 'against' the Republican party. (ie, the establishment)

I'd like to hear other opinions on this, and I wonder if anyone has a longer clip of Rand Paul calling out John McCain, since here it is just a snippet.

http://www.nbcnews.com/id/3036697/ns/msnbc-hardball_with_chr...

Rand continues to get great media coverage, so good to see!

Note the interesting stuff starts at 8 minutes in.

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I can't believe people watch it anymore.

I barely made it through it. The longer I no longer watch TV, the more I feel like a fringe person. Television worship is bizarre. Modern 'News' is nothing but attitude. Mathews inserted himself into his 'report' the entire time. If anything it shows me a smug, shit for brains, smart ass that likes to put words in peoples mouths as humor.

That is not 'News'.

'He built that thing.' Speaking of Rove and the Tea Party he hijacked and coming from the Left.

Uckkkkkk....

That was horrible. Chris Matthews speaks as if shit is falling out of his mouth. His guests are the same.

One nugget of truth. Rove is the problem. We need a Lee Atwater to rise out of our ranks and get us into the White House. Toss the Bush era bums out. All of em.

The reason why nothing has changed is because its the same people since Reagan. A huge revolving door of people becoming more powerful at each turn. Even Obama played ball.

Who knows if Rand can win. What I do know is that he would have a different plan. Rand could steer the ship or hold us together. Times are gonna get tough and America is going to need real leadership.

'Peace is a powerful message.' Ron Paul