Ron Paul, seeking to upset front-runner Mitt Romney in tomorrow's New Hampshire Primary, urged the U.S. to "back off" Iran in a speech to Timberland employees in Stratham this afternoon.
You can watch his comments in the video above.
Paul drew about 50 media today – roughly one-quarter the size of the media crowd that attend .
Paul today stressed his campaign touchstones of individual freedom and slashing spending.
At one point, he said if he's elected, he'd cut a trillion dollars in federal spending in his first year of the presidency. He then paused, as if expecting the crowd to applause. They didn't.
The crowd did, however, break out in applause when Paul focused on individual freedom.
"Nobody can mess with your body or property," he declared to cheers.
The latest polls have Romney with a big lead, with Paul at second and Jon Huntsman creeping up from third place. Huntsman for a rally.