Congressman Ron Paul has shared his thoughts on comments Rick Perry made regarding the Federal Reserve yesterday, which were afforded hours of airtime by the establishment media and were even addressed by the White House.
Perry said he would consider it “treasonous” should Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke pursue another round of quantitative easing before the 2012 election.
“Those are pretty strong words,” Congressman Paul told CNBC’s Larry Kudlow.
“But the founders felt pretty strongly about counterfeiting.” Paul added. “I wouldn’t call it treasonous, but I would call what our Federal Reserve does morally equivalent to counterfeiting because they create money out of thin air and they give us our problems.”