Ron Paul's son and campaign surrogate Rand Paul is making the media rounds, laying into his competition and challenging the notion that Paul is unelectable.
The U.S. Senator from Kentucky says his dad, who claimed one of three tickets out of Iowa, has a lot of money to continue pursuing the Republican presidential nomination.
He fears, however, the oft-repeated media theorem that Ron Paul can't win will become a self-fulfilling prophecy. The "unelectable" argument is one he adamantly refutes.
Specifically, Rand Paul took issue with Rick Santorum's foreign policy in an interview with CNN, suggesting that he, not Paul, is the one out of the mainstream.
Listen to Rand's comments below and see if you agree: