MSNBC’s Dyson: Rand Paul Sounds Like George Wallace One Moment, Chomsky the Next

‘That kind of diversity adds a kind of a whizz and burr to the process that at least alleviates some of the concern about Hillary on the Left’

DYSON: "I don’t think too terribly concerned. Look, she’s been vetted already. All the stuff and guff she’s taken over the years, she’s got a lot of practice in trying to thrust and parry. The problem is, she’s going to, you know, the question is will she wait too late to be able to weigh in, to leverage all of that authority she’s accumulated over the years against some of the charges that keep nagging away. But she’s celebrating the fact that all the Republicans are jumping in. I mean, when you got a guy like Rand Paul, who’s a Libertarian in the midst of a field of very conservative figures, he can sound like George Wallace in one beat and like Noam Chomsky on the other. I mean, that kind of diversity adds a kind of a whizz and burr (ph) to the process that at least alleviates some of the concern about Hillary on the Left —"

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