Monday, November 2, 2009

Ron Paul's Audit the Fed Bill Gutted

And the agent who did it is Mel Watt, a representative from North Carolina. According to Bloomberg, "Watt’s district includes Charlotte, headquarters of Bank of America Corp., the biggest U.S. lender." By "agent" I refer to Watt's obvious ties to the banking cartel, rather than the people who elected him.

Why does anyone have the unilateral power to change a bill -- any bill -- much less one that has 308 co-sponsors?

Paul says he intends to introduce an amendment when the bill comes to the House floor for a vote, restoring the bill's original language.


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