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Ron Paul Falls Silent When Asked If He Could Get Laws Through Divided Congress

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Uploaded on Aug 11, 2011

Bret Baier asked Ron Paul what specific things he would do to calm the markets, increase growth and create jobs that could pass a divided Congress. Paul said "The country's bankrupt and nobody wanted to admit it. And, when you are bankrupt, you can't keep spending. And, all these proposed cuts, weren't cuts at all. What you have to do is restore sound money." Paul went onto say that you need to liquidate debt, then you get growth again by having a better tax structure, lower taxes, and less regulations.

When pressed if he could get them through a divided Congress, Paul was a bit stumped.

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