LOUISVILLE, Ky. –The freeze is over. Throughout the last week, as Kentucky Senator Rand Paul took some vacation time in advance of Tuesday's expected presidential announcement, his spokesmen deferred questions about Indiana's religious freedom debate or the negotiations with Iran. Paul, they said, was "out of pocket." Reporters couldn't help but notice that Paul was taking questions about other topics; much public and private goading of Paul's spokesmen came to nothing.
Finally, this morning, Bloomberg asked the nascent campaign two questions about Iran. One: Did Paul support the deal the Obama administration had formulated with Iran, or did he think (as virtually every vocal Republican) thinks, that it let Iran off the hook? Two: Did Paul still think, as he did in...
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