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Rallying the Right

Daniel30 Wrote: Jan 12, 2013 9:45 AM
I think Deace makes a point. Republicans, if they really believe in limited government, must begin to put up real battles to cut spending. The Federal Reserve is the problem but it is a problem primarily connected to national debt. The FED offers big spending government an easy way out by printing money and collecting debt interest to cover the government's transactions. But government also feeds the power of the FED by giving it debts to be monetized in the first place. So those of us against the FED need to fight the FED where we can, both by trimming its diet by reducing debt and with a frontal assault against a true and corrupt monopoly running the banking system.

Following the defeat of 2012, it seems as if everyone – yours truly included – has an opinion about where the conservative movement goes from here. But right now presents an excellent opportunity to rally the Right again.

Following the fiscal cliff fiasco, the next big battle inside the beltway will be the debt ceiling in March. Some Republicans who caved on the fiscal cliff are already talking tough. Take Pennsylvania Senator Pat Toomey, for example. After voting for the largest tax increase in 20 years, Toomey is one of several Republicans now saying the debt ceiling showdown...