Ever since President Obama's re-election back in November, the media hasn't stopped reporting about the ruffled course of the Republican party. Some say they're disengaged, others say they're confused, but mostly all say that something needs to be done. Even Republicans agree that their party needs to reinvent itself if it's planning to stick around for the long haul.
Given that idea, the Los Angeles Times asked an ever-appropriate question: Who's the future of the Republican Party? Though the Times only gave two options -- Rand Paul and Marco Rubio -- each choice suggests a different path for America. Though both conservative, Paul is well-known for being more libertarian in his views while Rubio is more of the traditional Republican. So who do SodaHeads think is the future of the Republican party? That's Rand Paul, with 67%. But of course, there's more stats where that came from.