Sunday, December 06, 2009

The U.S. Senate's Most Sensible Voice On Monetary Policy

Until the possible but far from certain future elections of Peter Schiff and Rand Paul, the most sensible Senator on the issue of monetary policy seems to be Jim Bunning of Kentucky, who will retire his seat when his term expires in January 2011 (Rand Paul, son of Ron, is campaigning for to replace him in that open seat). See his critique of Ben Bernanke here (Thanks Chris Leithner for the link).