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Federal Reserve tries theater ads to burnish its image

Reporting from Washington - The Federal Reserve isn't too popular these days, what with its failure to predict or prevent the financial crisis and recession, not to mention its involvement in last year's bailouts. Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) has a bestselling book out called "End the Fed," and some lawmakers are looking to cut back the central bank's power.

It sounds like a perfect time for an ad campaign.

http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-fed-ads26-2009nov26,0,...



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reedr3v's picture

And who's paying for this

super-expensive ad campaign?

Well it's simple you see,

Well it's simple you see, they print the money out of no where just like they do with their lawyers fighting for them in the courts.

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Right now! Call up all your theaters & demand this not be shown

Right now! Call up all your theaters & demand this not be shown

Yeah,

a day late and a dollar short (pun intended)...

Audit, then End The Fed...

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Michael Nystrom's picture

If you happen to see one at the movies

Be sure to Boo!

He's the man.

Be sure to shout: End the

Be sure to shout: End the FED! :-)

meekandmild's picture

It's like the fox inviting the hen

into his den and telling the hen "you will be safe here".

I've seen the ad.

I've seen the ad. It's hokey and condescending - just what you would expect from the Fed. It will get derisive laughs.

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