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Is Obama going to get behind FED audit?

http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601109&sid=adjvXg1z...

I am sure that this whole article is based on misinformation. That doesn't mean that it isnt an extremely useful tool for showing the power and independence of the FED. Can a government department tell their boss "no"?

Since the article is likely fake, does this mean that Obama is positioning himself to be an opponent of the FED in the public eye?

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I am ....

assuming this is a rhetorical question.

Evil Focker!!!

"Countless people will hate The New World Order and will die protesting against it"- H.G Wells - The New World Order (1939)

"Human beings with love and compassion are some of the most beautiful creatures in the universe... Those without are a plague on us all."

this is so obvious

This is what he's getting in the works to say look we are already auditing and I'm the one who initiated it and there will be no audit and the books will be sealed and the issue they hope will die. This is the bait and switch

Yep, sealed like BamBam's records

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"public review of the

"public review of the central bank’s structure and governance" this has nothing to do w/ who they are lending to or what they are doing w/ all the newly printed $$$.

I'd guess this is an attempt to appease our "end the fed" sentiment, before he presses to add to its power.

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What an idiot!

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290 representatives and 27 senators co-sponsor

O would be foolish to not, plus 75% of the people want it. Fed is probably cooking the books for when the audit takes place.

If Obama goes against the FED,

He'll soon have something in common with JFK. But since there's 290 co-sponsors, doesn't that mean he has no choice now? As in, he can't veto the bill now?

Still

has to get 67 i believe in the senate to be veto proof. We are a long way from that.