Yesterday, US News and World Report put up an exclusive new interview with Congressman Paul, discussing the numerous problems with the Federal Reserve. One of the questions draws attention to the diverse group of representatives now supporting Paul’s H.R. 1207 (currently up to 243 cosponsors, which is only 47 away from the 290 needed for a veto override), the bill to audit the Fed:
People who don’t always see eye-to-eye with you on the role of government in the economy have signed on to the bill, like Dennis Kucinich, what do you think is going on there?
The person who introduced my bill in the Senate is Bernie Sanders, a so-called socialist. They’re opposed to special-interest corporatism. They don’t like corporatism anymore than I do. I don’t like welfare for anybody, let alone corporations.
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