I wonder what the price would be in order for Rand to make it there.
What principles would he have to sacrifice to get there.
I am skeptical of Rand, and I really consider his candidacy as a replacement for his father's as a step backward.
I feel that anyone who replaces Ron should be just as if not more radical.
Ron's whole appeal was his no compromise message, that's what makes Ron so great.
Rand, whether some like it or not, is for compromise.
Ron saw his candidacy as a platform to educate and tried to keep his message as pure as possible, Rand seeks to gain political power in hopes of making some change, and in order to do that he has to compromise principle, I think this is the wrong approach.
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