Rand Paul's Hawkish Foes Haunt Him in New Hampshire
MILFORD, N.H.—Alice Bury was eating breakfast when she heard the pounding music and ominous narration that had already become as familiar as a Beatles song. "The Senate is considering tough new sanctions on Iran," said the anonymous voice of a new and secretive group, the Foundation for a Secure and Prosperous America. "President Obama says he'll veto them. And Rand Paul is standing with him." Cue: Footage of swarthy men burning a flag. This was all over the air the day of Paul's first presidential campaign visit to the Granite state.
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