Here's the link if you want to digg it up:

http://digg.com/business_finance/Fed...#comment-reply

This is my favorite paragraph in the story:

And Paul's critiques of Fed policy have proven remarkably prescient. At a 2004
House hearing, he accused Greenspan of "delaying the inevitable, the pain and suffering
that must always come" after a period of loose money, and complained that the Fed was
discouraging savings and encouraging "a free ride." Three years later, in 2007, Paul told
Bernanke that "we not only have had a subprime market in housing; the whole
economic system is subprime in that we have artificially low interest rates." While a
range of economists and Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner say loose money
contributed to the crash, Bernanke recently rejected that theory.