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Unfortunately it eliminates him from contention on a national

level.

His endorsement of Todd Aiken basically seals his fate with Dems & progressives:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/05/rand-paul-todd-akin...

http://www.businessinsider.com/rand-paul-todd-akin-claire-mc...

He also endorsed that lady 'who is not a witch.' So irrrelevant that her name is forgotten, but the ridiculous endorsement is not. Not to mention the ill timed, and very LOUD (on Hannity?!) Romney endorsement. Couldn't he have done it quietly, in a press release?

For all this talk that Rand is "playing the game," he's not playing very smart if he wants to be president.

Among the left, he may as well be Rick Santorum.

Yes, he's playing a different game from his dad, but it is the same in one respect: he's not playing to win.

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