Over at Young Americans for Liberty, Don Rasmussen opines on Rand Paul's recent national debut following his record-setting "Randslide" victory in Kentucky. He breaks things down into three important lessons to learn from the recent flap, as well as gives the Rand Paul campaign due credit for running what has actually been a very phenomenal campaign:
"If you have followed me for some time then you know that what drives me is arming the freedom movement with the tools, skills, and experience necessary to drive political success. That is one of the reasons that this is such an exciting moment.
The Rand Paul primary campaign has been an exercise in message discipline, image control, and managerial competence that should be broadly admired and studied within the movement. It also makes the last week somewhat puzzling, but does provide some important lessons for aspiring political strategists and campaign staffers."
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