By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
For someone not running for political office, Premier Mario Monti has an awfully detailed plan for how to fix Italy's financial woes and bring the country and the rest of Europe back to economic health. And by Monday, not only had centrist leaders who want him as premier endorsed it, but so did the head of the Catholic Church in Italy.
"The first is the big surprising increase scored by the 5 Star Movement, and the other is the disappointing result" of Mr. Monti's coalition, said Massimo Franco, a columnist with Corriere della Sera.
"In a word, he will be the non-candidate candidate," commentator Massimo Franco wrote in leading daily Corriere della Sera on Monday.