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Ron Paul Proposal before all…

October 17, 2011 by  
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( GOP presidential aspirant Ron Paul will unveil his budget and government reform proposal today, the Wall Street Journal reports.  Paul’s plan is a serious alternative to the generally cautious Romney proposal.  Paul’s plan will either be met with stony silence by the fossil media and DC’s RINOs or derided as politically unrealistic.  Libertarians will cheer, but so should grassroots conservatives.

If elected president, Paul proposes cutting a trillion dollars in spending during his first year in office.  Mitt Romney is aiming for a paltry $20 billion (possibly less than Cardinals’ slugger Albert Pujos will be paid annually when he signs  a new contract).

Paul wants to eliminate five cabinet-level departments, they being the Departments of Energy, Education, Interior, Commerce, and Housing and Urban Development (isn’t HUD a delicious oxymoron?  Let’s think Detroit or Newark.).

But that’s not all.  Danny Yardon in the Wall Street Journal writes:

Mr. Paul would also push for the repeal of the new health-care law, last year’s Wall Street regulations law and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, the 2002 corporate governance law passed in response to a number of corporate scandals, including Enron.  

 Mr. Paul, who wrote the book “End the Fed,” calls for an audit of the Federal Reserve and “competing currency legislation to strengthen the dollar and stabilize inflation.” The excerpts did not provide more details on how such legislation would work.

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2 Responses to “Ron Paul Proposal before all…”
  1. Ambrose says:

    Some ??? ???? supporters may get the brickbats to fly, but I really liked your article.

    Vanilla Milquetoast vs Big & Bold pretty much sums up the two candidates I suppose.

    Now while I’d love to see ??? ???? get the nomination, and my vote will attempt to make that happen, I think his candidature will at least allow for a policy discussion to take place, as opposed to arguments about personality and catchphrases.

    Thanks for the article.

  2. Userlevel6 says:

    There is no more viable candidate to carry Ron Paul’s ballsy approach. The government needs a trip to the woodshed, and Paul’s the only man we can count on to take it there!

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