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Wall Street Journal Poll - Should the Fed be Audited? (PLEASE VOTE NOW)

New poll from WSJ on whether the Fed should be subjected to congressional audit is just up! Please go to the following link and vote "YES"!


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yes 92.2%, 318 votes

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Good Comment, Jive

I can't get in to see my vote count, but when I refreshed the page, it the number of total votes jumped from 252 to over 5,000.

The freedom community must be clogging their server.


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The way I see it

The IRS will not only audit you they'll take everything you have and essentially give it to the people that own the FED. THE FED SHOULD BE ABOLISHED AND THE OWNERS RELIEVED OF THEIR ILL GOTTEN $TRILLIONS AND TRIED FOR GRAND LARCENY AND TREASON.
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Just one last kick in the nuts, then a final deathblow

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Should the Federal Reserve be subject to congressional audits?

yes 81.7% 58 votes
NO 18.3% 13 votes
5:00 PM central time
Elections: paper ballots, hand count at precincts; in full view of public

Voted and left a comment.

Voted and left a comment. Only 68% yeses, but there are under 50 votes so far.

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"Fully half the quotations found on the internet are either mis-attributed, or outright fabrications." - Abraham Lincoln

As I've

stated on numerous occasions, I don't trust polls, yet I voted anyway.
Current EARLY results are:
73.7% 28 votes Yes-- Fed should be subjected to Congressional Audit
26.3% 10 votes No

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makes u wonder who

is voting no?

The no votes come from

Tim Geithner, Hank Paulson, Greenspan, Bernanke, plus a few wall street CEOs.