Senator John McCain was in Portsmouth yesterday, stumping for GOP Presidential candidate Mitt Romney, praising voters in the Granite State for their careful examination of the presidential nominees. Although he spoke at length about jobs and the economy, foreign policy was also discussed. McCain said the thought that Romney has the makeup to be commander in chief and to deal with an abundance of foreign policy issues. At one point he compared Romney's instincts on foreign policy with those of Ronald Reagan, while he downplayed Obama's knowledge of global affairs. Romney has taken some flack over foreign policy, which is just one reason why McCain was speaking at the local Veterans of Foreign Wars post. The GOP press in the Granite State continues today when Paul Ryan visits the McConnell Center in Dover at 10:30 this morning.