Republicans had blocked Mr. Paul from leading the monetary policy panel once before, and banking executives reportedly urged them to do so again. But Republicans on Capitol Hill increasingly recognize that Mr. Paul has a following — among his supporters from 2008 and within the Tea Party, which helped the Republicans recapture the House majority by picking up Mr. Paul’s longstanding and highly vocal opposition to the federal debt.
Monday, December 13, 2010
Greedy Wall Street Bankers Are Afraid of This Man (And It Is Not Obama)
Now THIS is going to be amazing, reported in the NYT: