I liked what Paul had to say. I realize he hates doing these debates, and that makes me appreciate his words even more. We've often complained about him not interjecting. Well, he certainly did so in this debate.
I'm confused by the booing. I have a feeling the boos were mostly because the audience felt he was speaking too long at that particular time, not necessarily because they disagreed with the golden rule (the boos seemed to start prior to him actually explaining the rule). I'm unsure how to explain the cheers and absence of boos at the end of that segment, where Paul argues against the coming war on Iran.
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