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    ron paul is the new leader of the dmps.

    ron paul got the job of leader of the domestic monetary policy subcommittee what do you guys think will come of this?

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    Re: ron paul is the new leader of the dmps.

    Quote Originally Posted by majora$$hole View Post
    ron paul got the job of leader of the domestic monetary policy subcommittee what do you guys think will come of this?
    Could be a way of stopping him running for President, while he'd have a chance in the vote, I seriously, seriously doubt he'd get the nomination so this probably isn't the reason.

    Could be a way of lending legitimacy to the next Congress, so when they don't change anything they can point to Ron Paul and act like they're on the side of fiscal responsibility.

    Could be a way of letting Paul make the IMF and World Banks not quite so insane, and give Palin (this is an assumption :P) credit.

    Bottom line, I suspect that if any change actually occurs, it will be largely insignificant, and the Republican administration (another assumption) will act like it's the Conservative New Deal.

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    Re: ron paul is the new leader of the dmps.

    It will have no real consequence.
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