Retiring New Hampshire Senator Judd Gregg, one of the Federal Reserve’s most stalwart Republican supporters…told the gathering [of Fed Insiders that Ron Paul's book "end the fed"] would be worth reading to see what the other side is plotting.
Now there are rumblings and word is leaking out that John Boehner’s (pronounced Bainer) is working in quiet ways to sideline Ron Paul.
If you would like you may confirm this with Boehner’s office number in Washington, DC (202) 225-6205.
It may have taken 34 years, but Ron Paul has arrived, and he doesn’t plan to squander the moment. His agenda includes landing the chairmanship of the House Financial Services Committee panel that oversees monetary policy—a job that will give him the power to push legislation reining in the central bank and to haul Fed governors up to Capitol Hill for hearings.
It would be to the Republican Party’s detriment to do anything that would negatively effect Ron Paul’s agenda…because it is our agenda.
Groups like Tea Party Express and other phony “tea party” groups may not be making a stink about this. However, you can bet that once Christmas is over that the REAL Tea Party will be.
The prospect has Wall Street, Fed officials, and even Republican House leaders worried that Paul’s agenda could roil the markets and make a mockery of the U.S. financial system.
They don’t need Ron Paul to make a mockery of the system. It does just find every day on it’s own.
This is a man, after all, who entered politics because President Richard Nixon bucked the gold standard in 1971, and now wants to make gold and silver legal tender. He is pressing for an audit of the Fort Knox bullion depository and, earlier this year, grilled Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke about the central bank’s alleged funding of Watergate and Saddam Hussein’s nuclear program. Bernanke called the charges “absolutely bizarre.”
If you’d like to read the absurdity in it’s entirety you may do so here. The idiots that wrote this likely think the Federal Reserve is part of the government.
You whacky constitutional conservatives.