Rand Paul Wants Change To Election Process In Kentucky For His Benefit


At the end of the day, in spite of all the big talk that libertarians spew, they are not as pure as they pretend to be.  Changing the rules to make it easier for one candidate is never a good idea. 

Sen. Rand Paul is seeking a way to run for re-election to the Senate at the same time he pursues a presidential bid, has formally asked the Kentucky GOP to clear the way for him by changing the state’s presidential nominating contest from a primary to a caucus in 2016.

In a letter sent earlier this month to members of the Kentucky GOP Central Committee, Mr. Paul said the change would “help me get an equal chance at the nomination” by allowing him to circumvent a state law barring candidates from appearing twice on the same ballot.