People get tired of me writing about Republican Congressman Ron Paul. Hell, I get tired of me writing about Ron Paul. Sometimes I feel guilty about it. I try to avoid it more than you might imagine. But there’s good reason I can’t. A growing number of Republicans now seem willing to join Paul, not just to tweak big government or diddle with marginal tax rates, but to attack the root problem of spending and even heart of the U.S. monetary system, the Federal Reserve. “End the Fed!” yelled so many tea partiers recently. Paul’s bill HR 1207 to audit the Federal Reserve now has 143 cosponsors and that number continues to rise.
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