...I've not heard of Glenn Addison. This late in the game, that's relevant!
Plus, Rand joins Sen. Jim DeMint, who stands up for conservatism and has ticked off a lot of the Establishment by backing less go-along-to-get-along candidates in favor of more strident but long-shot candidates.
At some point, I wonder if you're declaring anything short of perfection "establishment"? When Rand Paul stands up for Natl. Right to Work Legislation, against adding more substances to the Schedule 1 drug ban, and against the NDAA, he's not being the establishment's darling.
(McConnell is probably still snarling that he couldn't get his boi into the Senate.)
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