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Candy Crowley tries her hand at recruiting for the Dems; Asks Rand Paul why he doesn’t switch parties

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By Doug Powers  •  October 14, 2013 11:18 AM

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Somewhat shorter version of Crowley’s question to Rand Paul: “Why don’t you sell out your entire political belief system based on one of these rickety opinion polls?”

From Rand Paul’s appearance on CNN’s “State of the Union” yesterday:

Then came the money question from Crowley.

“Do you see yourself at any point in the future being anything other than politically a member of the Republican Party?”

Paul once again laughed and said, “You mean, you’re implying a third party or some other party?

“Or if you wanted to become a Democrat,” Crowley actually clarified. “There are lots of sort of parties out there. Just wonder if you see yourself being anything other than a Republican?”

Full transcript here. My answer to Crowley would have been, “Based on the latest cable ratings, why don’t you jump over to Fox News?”

When Harry Reid’s approval percentage was in the low 20’s, did Crowley ever ask a Democrat why he or she doesn’t switch parties and jump to the GOP?

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