Although it was the last question of the night during a Monday night campaign stop at the Executive Court in Manchester, it was the one Ron Paul took the most time to explain – what is the National Defense Authorization Act and what should people understand about changes made for 2012.
The question came from Alex LaRoza of Bedford, a homeschooled high school student who asked Paul for his take on the controversial military spending bill. Afterward, LaRoza said that although he appreciated Paul's answer, it also makes him more nervous to think that Paul might not be his next president.
"He's our only hope for freedom," LaRoza said.
See the video to find out Paul's answer, and what got Keith Myrdek of Manchester so upset with his Republican Congressman, after hearing Paul's answer. By the way, Myrdek named names – and provided us with a copy of the letter sent to him by Congressman Frank Guinta last week. Myrdek says he now believes Guinta misled him about the substance of the NDAA [see the copy of the letter sent to Myrdek by Congressman Frank Guinta.]