The feisty congressman from Texas, whose insurgent "Ron Paul Revolution" presidential campaign rankled Republican leaders last year, now has the GOP House leadership on his side -- backing a measure that generated paltry support when he first introduced it 26 years ago.
Paul, as of Tuesday, has won 245 co-sponsors to a bill that would require a full-fledged audit of the Federal Reserve by the end of 2010.
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It's always scary when the crazy people get a little power.
Can you please elaborate on that comment? I am a tad confused.
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How in the hell can you love Ron Paul and then have voted for Obama?????
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Why does god create people who he knows will go to hell?