U.S. Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) at CPAC 2015
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U.S. Senator Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) released a web ad yesterday ahead of tomorrow’s expected announcement that he is running for President.  Easter probably wasn’t the best day to release a political video, but with his announcement being two days away releasing it today wouldn’t have been practical either.

The ad paints Paul as a different kind of Republican.  I doubt anyone would dispute that.  Whether “different” is considered a net positive or negative will be up to the electorate.

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  1. Rand Paul has finally officially declared his candidacy for the 2016 Republican nomination for POTUS.

    This can only mean one thing — he has finally received his shipment of RNC-issued materials that are essential for any Republican considering a run for the Presidency:
    – his copies of “The Idiot’s Guide to Right Wing Ideology”, “The U.S., Theocracy, and Me”, and “The White Christian Male’s Survival Manual”
    – a World Geography coloring book
    – a case of Lipton tea bags
    – an Etch-a-Sketch and a ‘reset button’, essential equipment for any Republican nominee during the post-primary campaign.

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