Iosue Andreas at The Western Confucian makes some interesting - albeit vitriolic - observations about a potential Keyes vs. Paul competition.
Alan Keyes, a Republican whose two previous runs for president ended in failure, is making a third try for the White House.
... He joins a crowded Republican field of nine candidates and is scheduled to participate Monday night at a debate involving lesser-known candidates in Florida.
Casey Khan has posted on this same topic at greater length over at the LewRockwell Blog, saying he "can't help but think that Keyes was drafted after Ron Paul's defeat of Huckabee." Johnny Kramer, of the LewRockwell site proper, has a very extended analysis, which begins with the claim that "The Ron Paul campaign has the establishment running scared" and explains Keyes' late entrance to the race in that light.