The real problem is that the Republican Party doesn't believe in anything right now. The moderates support Giuliani. The libertarians support Paul. The social conservatives are completely divided. Romney is the pick for the economic conservatives. The party has no unifying soul.
Personally, I love it. It's going to be a long, hard slog through the primaries for the Republicans. And the more money that they spend in the winter, the less they'll have in the summer and fall.
I think that Paul has a good chance of winning at least one primary. In a divided field, a candidate can win a state with a committed 15 or 20 percent.
As a Democrat, I believe right now that Mike Huckabee is the most dangerous candidate. He's dangerous for the same reason that Charles Gibson is the most highly-rated evening newsman. He's a pleasant, calming presence at a time when things look pretty dark. He's competent, has experience as a governor and tells a compelling personal story.
Huckabee is the only one that I think can reunite his party. And he would be the absolute best candidate against Hillary Clinton.