Holland, one of hundreds of supporters who flocked to Paul’s events, said he’s interested in Rand Paul for 2016. But he has something more immediate in mind: a Paul-Paul ticket.
“If Rand Paul would be Ron’s vice president, he’d probably get a lot more support than if Ron Paul picked somebody else,” he said.
Aaron Storm, of Des Moines, said Rand Paul would be an “obviously good choice” for 2016, though he “doesn’t believe 100 percent everything that his father does.”
There isn’t anyone who makes the argument for Ron Paul’s candidacy more strongly. At every stop of a five-city blitz, he delivers powerful punches, citing his own Senate win to brush back the knock that his father’s not electable and blasting the other GOP candidates for savaging his father’s foreign policy positions.