It’s definitely different.
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul released a video Monday to set the stage for an expected official announcement of his campaign for the presidency on Tuesday, and featured clips from some unusual figures for a Republican candidate.
Media stars despised by the Republican base – infamous presidential debate moderator Candy Crowley, MSNBC blowhard Chris Matthews, Comedy Central liberal snot Jon Stewart – all make an appearance, along with more traditional Republican stars like Newt Gingrich and Sean Hannity.
The clip ends with a Conservative Political Action Conference crowd cheering Paul’s name after CPAC’s February straw poll showed Paul winning for the third year in a row.
Paul’s video promises “a different kind of Republican.” A GOP candidate’s video that includes in-your-face appearances by the likes of Stewart and Matthews is certainly a different kind of start.
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