During the Q&A portion of a campaign stop by Ron Paul's team in Iowa on Friday, a young boy who identified himself as having autism asked Paul how he would "protect" children with the disease.
Naturally, Paul framed his answer in the context of civil liberty. "The most valuble resource for children, teenagers, college kids and adults is our liberties and that is the most important thing that we (the federal government) can do," he said.
It was a thoughtful and thorough answer, if predictable.
Watch via the Washington Examiner.