If you're not familiar with the name, consider yourself lucky. Jennifer Rubin is a neocon writer the Washington Post has annointed as their token conservative. As with most neoconservatives, she's not a fan of small government-minded politics, and therefore not a fan of Rand Paul.
Lately, her distaste for Paul has been extending into kind of a stalkerish ex-girlfriend series of diatribes. I'm not going to link to her, partly because I'm too lazy but primarily because I don't want to, but trust me when I say that she wrote anti-Rand Paul attack columns on July 8th, 9th, 10th, 12th, and 14th. Clearly a woman obsessed with protecting the spoils that international largesse is bringing to a chosen few.
Today, she took it one step even farther left:
So Kentucky Dems, listen up: Forget about Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), who is going to win reelection by a country mile. Start working on finding a conservative Democrat to run against Paul in 2016. By then, the people of Kentucky may have had all they can stand of Rand Paul.
There you have it. A high profile voice of the left-leaning wing of the GOP calling for a Democrat ouster of a sitting Republican. That would be especially funny if it wasn't something they consistently accuse our wing of the party of doing.
Now that I'm thinking about it, she even looks a little like a certain sitting Democrat president, doesn't she?