Comment: I would not question his judgement.

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I would not question his judgement.

I am not sure the Tea Party is really the salvation that many seem to think it is.

How many of these newly elected Republicans will turn out to be just more of the same; new faces promoting government plunder and control with just cosmetic changes. I personally would rather see Ron Paul stay as independent as possible.

The federal government is bankrupt, both morally and financially. Who is honestly going to admit that and take actions to put it into the equivalent of financial receivership? Are they going to say we can't possibly make good on our bogus promises and so forget Social Security, Medicare and all the other goodies we pass out to buy your support. I doubt that the Tea Party will have much effect, even if they actually intend to bring back limited government.

What needs to happen is to restore Constitutional money because they can't print gold and silver out of thin air to finance deficits; if they must tax to pay for all the government spending they vote, that would bring genuine government reduction. If Ron Paul can pull off a miracle and bring an end to the Federal Reserve System there is hope; otherwise disintegration will continue and the end result will be violent revolution.

"Bend over and grab your ankles" should be etched in stone at the entrance to every government building and every government office.