He hides his moral conservatism as down home charm, but pulls it out when he needs it. That right there puts him in a good position or a primary. McCain and Guliani are both a bit left of center for republicans.
If I had to vote right this instant, I'd vote for Guiliani. Just because he seems to be the most likely to win amongst the Conservatives right now. But I need to hear some debates first. Who knows, maybe I'll vote Democratic this time. I hope I don't have to, but if the Republican guy is a douche, I'll have no choice.
from the link... "Paul first ran for President as the Libertarian candidate in 1988, receiving a massive 400,000 votes. He now commands the support of those all across the political spectrum, from libertarians through anti-war Democrats to real paleoconservative Republicans."