Dr Paul was just appointed to the very position his country needs him in now.
And that position is NOT president.
Agreed. The Federal Reserve is in dire need of oversight, and he is apparently the first American since Andrew Jackson who is willing to take on the job.
I also have the highest respect for his very strong pro-life views.
So far as being an isolationist vs non-interventionist, I think it was entirely fair and proper for Dr. Paul to oppose the invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan in the Congress as his conscience dictates when that action was put to a vote.
But once the majority supported the President’s decision to act, by continuing his opposition he became an isolationist.
I totally agree. However, I also think that it would be better off if Palin took care of the party or became a serious political commentator who supported DeMint or someone else who has not endorsed McCain and other RINOs.