"Real Money Bomb" Donate a Dollar Thomas Jefferson's Birthday April 13th 2011Submitted by GCN3030 on Tue, 02/22/2011 - 01:23
On Thomas Jefferson's Birthday honor his memory by participating in a "Real Money Bomb"
Can you spare a dollar?
Do you know what a dollar is?
Do you have a dollar?
Will you put real cold hard cash on the line and take a stand for constitutional currency?
In case you don't know, a dollar is a silver coin, always has been and always will be. Federal Reserve Notes and bank account balances are simply debt instruments denominated in dollars, but the debtors (the banks) are bankrupt and refusing to pay their obligations in specie so their promises to pay are worth less than 4 cents on the dollar (and falling fast). Take a stand and show your support for an honest monetary system by participating in a "Real Money Bomb" on April 13th, 2011 for Jefferson's Birthday.
Lady Liberty wants you to inform and educate people about this knowledge; it can and will bring Peace and Prosperity if each and every one of us takes it upon ourselves to ask the simple question, "What is a dollar?"
It's worth more than $20.12 in Face Value of Federal Reserve Notes; it only costs a stamp to send, and it sends a strong message of peace and liberty. Why not send a dollar (the cold, hard, silver kind not the empty paper promises proffered by the Federal Reserve), the value of which our founding fathers wrote about in the bill of rights in the seventh amendment; to show support for constitutional money? Do your part, tell everyone, invite them to join in a celebration of the vision of an honest monetary system by sending in a real dollar for the "Real Money Bomb" on April 13th, 2011 for Thomas Jefferson's Birthday.
Here is my letter I am sending along with my coin (a Peace Dollar).
P.O. Box 602
Lake Jackson, TX 77566
Dear Liberty Political Action Committee,
Enclosed is a dollar, worth over $26 of face value in Federal Reserve Notes. Please use it to help Ron Paul educate people about the difference between dollars and promises to pay dollars i.e. banknotes, bank account balances, and other debt instruments denominated in dollars. This will be the best way to promote the ideals of LIBERTY and PEACE that are minted on this coin and symbolized by lady liberty’s face.
Yours in Freedom,
P.S. Please see Thomas Jefferson’s 1784 “Notes on the Establishment of a Money Unit and of a Coinage for the United States” available online through the library of congress(Click here to see actual manuscript) where he stated clearly that "A Dollar is a known coin", and that
"If we determine that a dollar shall be our unit we must then say with precision what a dollar is" For a more comprehensive treatise on the subject read "What is a dollar" by Edwin Vieira)
Check this video out with Adam Kokesh Promoting a similar "Real Money Bomb" Link Adam Kokesh Real Money Bomb