Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Ron Paul versus Ben Bernanke: Wednesday

Since Ron Paul has announced that he will not run for re-election to Congress, he will only has a few more rounds to go against Fed Chairman Bernanke. One is Wednesday.

Bernanke will testify before the full Financial Services Committee starting at 10:00 AM ET.

The hearing is scheduled to be aired live on C-Span3. No doubt, any coverage provided by elitist CNBC will result in them going to a commercial break, when Congressman Paul questions Bernanke.



  1. What I keep trying to tell Ron Paul supporters is that yes he has a great free-market perspective, yes he understands exactly whats going on, and yes he puts his money where his mouth is. But there is not much Ron Paul can do or change.. he will be eliminated if he pushes too hard. I don't need to remind anyone of others in politics who were told to be quiet nicely, or not so nicely. He is the best option at the moment, but he is not our savior. nothing of the sort...

  2. If you're saying that his chances are slim, then I agree. But he would definitely be our savior- if he was president of this country.

    This nation and indeed the world is so blatantly corrupt (banks being bailed out as a reward for rigging the stock market and lying to not only the general public but the government too, a growing debt that will send us off a cliff but politicians who convince swarms of idiots that it can work, armies of lobbyists that completely determine policy and the stances of congressmen, and more..)

    that it is tragic how a candidate who is pure may simply not have the momentum to succeed.

  3. Wow.

    RP: Is gold money?
    BB: (Pauses....thinks)...No!