Posted by | October 13, 2012 09:08 | Filed under: Top Stories

Ron Paul says before we have a three-party system we need a two-party system.

Asked by CNBC’s Jackie DeAngelis if he would throw his support behind Romney, Paul offered a quick “no” and then jumped into his critique, claiming that both Romney and President Barack Obama represented powerful interests that wanted to maintain the status quo.

“They’re both within the establishment where they need the Federal Reserve and the lender of last resort to make sure that you can take all the risk in the world, but don’t sweat it, because government will be there and the Fed will be there and they’re going to get bailed out,” Paul said. “They represent a one-party system. Somebody said ‘why don’t we get a third party?’ and another one said, I think correctly so, ‘Why don’t we get a second party?'”

By: Alan

Alan Colmes is the publisher of Liberaland.