Ron Paul’s audit the Fed bill easily passes the House with 327 votes
Ron Paul’s audit the Fed bill is expected to die in the Senate because of cowardly Democrats (and probably some Republicans) who wouldn’t dare want to expose the corruption going on in the Federal Reserve. But in the House, Paul’s bill passed easily with 327 votes, getting nearly half of all Democrats voting in favor. One cowardly Republican voted against the audit the Fed bill. The corrupt Democrats who are against Ron Paul’s ‘audit the Fed’ bill claim it will politicize monetary policy. The one cowardly Republican who voted against this bill was none other than Anthony Weiner’s replacement, Bob Turner. Don’t matter, with the gerrymandering done by Cuomo, his time in the House is done, and there is no way he will win his Senate bid.
Uh, I hate to break it to you Democrats, but monetary policy is already politicized. Quit trying to protect your buddy Bernanke!