It doesn’t look like Democrats are letting Benghazi get in the way of their vote, but it’ll ultimately be up to the American people to give the final verdict. While Hillary might win in two demographics (minority and women) that the GOP tends to be weak in, Rand’s attracting the youth vote. He’s got something that Hillary Clinton will never have: “outsider” status.
“Clinton represents the intersection of money and political power, which so many voters have come to distrust,” says John J. Pitney Jr., a political professor from Claremont McKenna College in California. Indeed, there are few politicians in either party who are perceived as being part of the entrenched Washington establishment more than Clinton is, writes Dana Liebelson of The Week. In that view, Paul’s “outsider” status could be a huge advantage.
Perhaps Paul’s biggest strength in this hypothetical campaign would be that “he does not look like, act like, or talk like a conventional politician,” says Stephen Voss, a political science professor at the University of Kentucky. “
We don’t need a poll to tell us just how important Hillary Clinton is, but who will Americans choose in 2016? I was under the impression we were looking for someone different, someone we can stand behind. Is Rand Paul the one or will 2016 spell out something different?
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