Rand Paul Rocks the House in New Hampshire

Concord, New Hampshire (CNN) – Sen. Rand Paul used humor to accompany biting criticism of President Barack Obama Monday on issues ranging from the Internal Revenue Service’s targeting of conservative organizations to the president’s health care law, as the Kentucky Republican made his formal introduction to influential New Hampshire voters.

Paul was well received by the 500 GOP activists at this sold out fundraiser for the state party, where he repeated his criticism of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton regarding the September terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya.

While Paul, using a folksy tone, did not break any new ground, he connected with these Republican primary voters who applauded him at times and gave a standing ovation at the conclusion of his remarks.

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