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The vindication of Ron Paul

Congressional Republicans used to enjoy the luxury of ignoring Ron Paul's cantankerous objections to the political premises they shared with their counterparts across the aisle. The question now is whether in the new Congress to be seated in January the longtime Texas representative will be allowed to chair the Subcommittee on Domestic Monetary Policy and Technology on the House Financial Services Committee.

Mr. Paul is the ranking minority member now, so the job would seem to be his after the GOP sweep in the midterm election, but the Republican leadership will decide whether to give the leading critic of the Federal Reserve Bank a prominent role in overseeing the Fed itself as well as the U.S. Mint and the U.S. relationship with the World Bank.

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It was a half decent article:


Pretty unusual for the sun.

I love my country
I am appalled by my government

Another bump for Dr. Paul's appointment to chairman of the

House Financial Services Committee. No one else would do as good a job as RP would!



We missed you when we needed a TSA "Don't touch my junk" song written.
I was hoping you'd do something to the tune of Alice's restaurant.

Hope all is well.


I known you can do betteer

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