From John Stossel in today's NY Sun:
U.S. Congressional representative and Republican presidential contender Ron Paul has been called "Dr. No" because he repeatedly votes against legislation he believes gives government too much power. If it's not in the Constitution, he says, the federal government has no business doing it. He even votes against appropriations to his constituents.
For example, his Texas district is subject to floods, but he voted against FEMA. He represents a farm district, but has voted against farm subsidies because they are not authorized by the U.S. Constitution.
In other words, Ron Paul, aka Dr. No, is a real rarity, a politician with integrity. He's my kind of politician, and I've joined the list of academics for Ron Paul.