Comment: Thank you for answering my question.

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Thank you for answering my question.

From your quoted article, "KY legal statutes would not preclude him from running for Senate in Kentucky and running for president in the other 49 states."

I'd imagine that is what he'll do, and if by some small miracle he wins the GOP nomination, then he would not be on KY's ballot, which means he'd be conceding 8 electoral college votes, which he probably would have won.

It's all a rigged game, so there's no chance he'd win the national election. I assume he's running to educate the masses, like his father did, albeit with a different approach, but largely with the same libertarian principles.

"It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a rEVOLution before tomorrow morning." - Henry Ford