Nashua, N.H. — On the campaign trail, some candidates pack local diners. In New Hampshire, Ron Paul filled an entire airport hangar with supporters drawn to his unique message.
“We’re trying to salvage our Constitution and salvage our liberties,” he proclaimed to the enthusiastic crowd, who readily clapped and cheered on their candidate, as he swerved among topics as diverse as promoting internet privacy, lambasting the Fed, and attacking current levels of defense spending.
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