WSJ: Ron Paul Says Someone Needs to Ask the Fed QuestionSubmitted by P.Au.L on Thu, 10/25/2012 - 12:17
Snip from the WSJ:
...through three presidential debates, the Texas congressman's pet issue, monetary policy, has been ignored. "They don't want to talk about it," Mr. Paul said in an interview Tuesday.
He added sarcastically: "It's not important enough. It's only half of every single transaction in the world."
You would think that even if Ron Paul the presidential candidate has failed, Ron Paul the Fed critic would be alive and well, front and center in the national debate. After all, any economist will tell you we are living in an unprecedented time of active central banking.