posted on Nov, 10 2010 @ 02:38 PM
...ok, not exactly.
Would be entertaining though.
In other words, this is the Ron Paul moment. He used to be considered a crank. But now the Texas gold-standard crusader who wants to abolish the
Fed entirely -- or, at the very least, perform a public, full-body-cavity search on the bank -- will, with the Republican House victory, become
chairman of the subcommittee that overseas domestic monetary policy.
So Ron Paul is going to have some control over monetary policies, which will give him a chance to...and please forgive me for saying this...put his
money where his mouth is.
The pun was just too easy.
What are your thoughts?
edit on 10/11/10 by madnessinmysoul because: Fixed the third word of the post, which had an accidental "r" at the