She's going to have to overcome that. Thus far, she's pointing out the problems with him, but I'm not sure she's giving them a good alternative, or at least making them comfortable with the alternative.
I don't think that's enough for her to win. There are people that are irked about DeMint, there are people who wonder about DeMint, but I don't think he's done anything yet to completely alienate the large number of people that are predisposed to vote for him because he is a Republican.
That only takes you so far. If he were to turn the attention on her ideas, again, that puts it back in his hands and it's his to lose because I'm not sure that she has formulated her ideas as clearly as perhaps some of us would like.