posted on Mar, 30 2009 @ 05:37 PM
reply to post by andy1033
No, while his voice would be heard, and he would actually be able to be heard, I don't think we should want one of the ONLY voices WE have, vacate
It angers me to see how congressmen like Paul, Kucinich (who else?), trying to defend the principles that founded the US and either being shut down
due to time limits or worse, being laughed at and made to look loony by rest of our elected.
Laughed at during the primaries last year, and it looked like Geithner had more than a smile directed his way, when Paul questioned him on the
Constitutionality of the current situation when the Treasury Sec's and FED chairman were answering questions before the house finance committee.
Even if he would leave, I don't see any of the major media allowing him to have the time to speak to the country, it would be more the internet,
webcasts and the like.
Those in control don't want to hear what he has to say because they cannot defend themselves, deflection and ridicule are the answers he
I commend his ability to fight the good fight
under these circumstances.
ed:word -for clarity
[edit on 3/30/2009 by JacKatMtn]