The Hidden Utility of Ron Paul's Balanced-Budget Plan: View
Ron Paul of Texas said Tuesday on CNN that businessman Herman Cain's 9-9-9 tax plan was “dangerous” and would place a burden on the poor. Cain's plan would eliminate the current individual income tax, corporate
But Ron Paul filed first by proxy, sending a staffer who quietly signed him up just after 8 am By late afternoon, one other candidate — former Utah Gov. Jon Hunstman — had filed in person, and one — Andy Martin of Chicago — had filed by mail.
Eliminating five Cabinet departments is only the first step.
Ron Paul's candidacy is: "Why do we have a federal government?" The policy wonk in me loves Paul (R-Texas) for this, even though I disagree with much of what he says. And in that vein, I highly recommend perusing the plan Paul released Monday for
I left email with both CNN and Anderson Cooper expressing my disappointment with the way the Ron Paul was denied his closing statement in tonight's debate in Vegas. I also left a phone comment as well at: 404-827-1500.