Brent Budowsky of the Hill, much criticized for his previous fair column on Ron, writes an attack on Ayn Rand and ascribes all her views to Ron, who is a Christian and not a Randian. Brent, take a look at Ron's dedication page in his latest NY Times bestseller, where he names the great men who have most influenced him: Ludwig von Mises. F.A. Hayek, Murray N. Rothbard, Leonard E. Read, and Hans F. Sennholz. No Ayn.
Says Brent: "Personally I stand with the Sermon on the Mount, the Golden Rule and John F. Kennedy's inaugural address...." I see: Jesus Christ, and Ted Sorenson. BTW, Ron Paul advocates applying the Golden Rule to everyone. If officials do not want to be looted or murdered, they should not loot or murder. Someone, I think Mr. Budowsky sees government as above the moral law, while enforcing a perverted version on the rest of us, to its own vicious benefit. (Thanks to Srinivas Chakravarti)