and he respects Paul.
His ideas are honest and he is genuinely concerned about the nation and sees Ron Paul as a vehicle toward a solution. So in that regard he respects Paul and has been influenced by Paul's thinking a great deal.
As for the issue of Dylan's amendment, though I haven't read it, but from what he says, theoretically, it makes a great deal of sense.
Basically, the "auction" held by the federal government for goodies, services, & contracts needs to come to an end. The lobbying and all of the corruption that comes along with it is out, and any congressman or senator who takes money is out. That goes for judges, the president, and candidates of all types.
It's a good idea.
Ending the Fed fixes a lot of this nonsense as it is the source of origination to these morality issues, but it would still go on even if our monetary system was a backed dollar currency.
So it is a very noble effort on his part. Get the buying influence out of washington. It's very straight forward.
"It does not take a majority to prevail but rather an irate, tireless minority keen on setting brushfires of freedom in the minds of men."
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