Comment: It's important not to be allergic to victory in this movement

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It's important not to be allergic to victory in this movement

otherwise we risk drifting into irrelevance.

If we do stuff like actively working against a liberty-minded candidate because of wedge issues like Joseph Kony, abortion, or unanimous Senate votes, then we're risk losing all influence in Washington.

A professional politician is defined by his ability to win elections, nothing more. If Rand doesn't appeal to 55% of Kentuckians, he becomes "Rand Paul, friendly country opthalmologist" and there are no more filibusters on C-SPAN or CNN interviews on reducing our overseas empire and we're back to having no mass platform for Liberty views.