It's cheating. The Tribble-Toupeed One wants to cheat, and Kentuckians frown on that kind of thing, especially from politicians who can't be bothered attending to the needs of their constituents. Who flit around to primary states and ignore the people who voted for them.
Sam Youngman at the Herald:
Though U.S. Sen. Rand Paul is generating national buzz as he flirts with running for the White House in 2016, voters in Kentucky are not as enthused by the idea, according to the latest Bluegrass Poll.
Kentucky voters still have an overall positive view of Paul, but they're divided and lukewarm about what Paul should do in the future, the poll found.
Two-thirds of respondents did agree on one thing about the senator: They do not support changing Kentucky law to allow Paul to run for president and his Senate seat simultaneously in 2016.