Rep. Paul packs a full house at campaign event in Amherst

AMHERST – 50 or more people crowded the living room, dining room, and overflowed into the kitchen of a local pediatric surgeon’s Amherst home Thursday night for a chance to get their questions answered by U.S. Rep. Ron Paul, a Republican presidential candidate from Texas.

Attendees, many from the medical field and Elliot Hospital, nibbled on chips and sipped beverages as Paul towered over the crowd from atop marble living room table, fielding questions from around the room for almost 45 minutes.

Paul, also a flight surgeon in the U.S. Air Force during the 1960s and obstetrics/gynecology specialist, answered questions on everything from tort reform to national health care, while touching on his solutions for the lack of jobs in America, and for American foreign policy in Iran and Israel if he were elected president.

Read the full article at the Nashua Telegraph.


  • James

    I am sick of this media black out. It maks it verey dificult to fallow Dr. Paul.
    Fox news stated that if Ron Paul Was to run as an independent it woud cost the Republicans the election. perhaps the republicians should be convensd that Covering Ron Paul is in there best intrest.

  • America has the OBAMA BLUES