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Dylan Ratigan Puts On A Thomas Jefferson Costume & Launches Into A Top 5 All Time Anti-Bank Rant

Ratigan dons a wig and dresses in revolutionary garb like his favorite Founding Father, Thomas Jefferson, channeling the former president's trenchant criticism of big banks.

Ratigan pointed out that Jefferson was the first and most vocal opponent of Alexander Hamilton's proposal for a federal bank. Jefferson's greatest fear, Ratigan announced in comparison to our current economic crisis, was a "bank takeover of the government that would leave taxpayers as slaves to bank-run gambling casinos." Quoting Jefferson directly, Ratigan said, "the banking establishments are more dangerous than standing armies."

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Ratigan dissed the

Ratigan dissed the constitution party and oathkeepers. The video and story was on infowars months ago. I just tried to look it up on infowars search page, but the search results aren't working well. The result only takes you to their home page no matter what is searched for.

I have not seen it...

He has been transforming over the past year or so. Perhaps it was before he saw the light. Other than that, maybe he had a good reason to diss them... I certainly don't know what he said.

The fact that he talks about the Fed alot and disses them is more positive. SOUND MONEY is the single most important factor in maintaining a free and prosperous society.

Well... perhaps property rights are the most important aspect, but without sound money the "Kings" of the money, with their monopolization of the mint, have free reign on undermining our property rights!

sound familiar?

it's exactly where we find ourselves today... FANTASTIC!

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Pretty good.

He called Alexander Hamilton, "President Hamilton". Alexander Hamilton was President George Washington's Treasury Secretary.

Read Hamilton's Curse by Thomas DiLorenzo and follow the trail of tyranny that still haunts us today.

Free includes debt-free!

Dylan Ratigan is a Ron Paul supporter and I like him.

Every time he interviews Dr. Paul, he treats him with the utmost respect.

He is one of the few in the media who really gets it.

"We have allowed our nation to be over-taxed, over-regulated, and overrun by bureaucrats. The founders would be ashamed of us for what we are putting up with."
-Ron Paul

refreshing to see on MSNBC

refreshing to see on MSNBC

He looks like

he is wearing one of those rugs you put in front of your commode.

So... does this make Dylan Ratigan a tea partier?


Integrity means having to say things that people don't want to hear & especially to say things that the regime doesnt want to hear -RonPaul