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A Letter To Send To YOUR Representative telling them to co-sponsor the Audit The Fed Bill

I am writing to urge you to co-sponsor the Federal Reserve Transparency Act (H.R. 459, S 202).

Representative (Your Representative),

The Federal Reserve, and the U.S. Treasury have put the American taxpayer on the hook for over $16 trillion in bailouts and loans, and continues to refuse to fully disclose the details of its emergency lending; allowing the Fed to operate our nation's monetary system in almost complete secrecy leads to abuse, inflation, and a lower quality of life for every American. HR 459 and S 202, the Federal Reserve Transparency Act, would require a complete audit of the Fed for the first time in its history and would provide answers to the American people about how our money is being spent. Therefore it's time to hold the Federal Reserve accountable to Congress and the American People. I urge you, Rep. (your representative), to do everything in your power to pass the Audit the Fed bill!


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This reminded me to send one to my Congressman just now. I went ahead and did it but I always feel a little leery and uncomfortable sending my opinions out to the gov't with my full name, address, phone # & email. Guess I like to be below the radar....

I wrote my congressman last

I wrote my congressman last week. He has been pretty good about the audit stuff (WA 8th district). It's our senators that need a kick in the rear, hard. I added a little about how the heroes of this crisis will be the ones that stand up to the banks. I hope it makes him feel special.

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Thanks for the kick that I needed

I didn't go exactly with your text. But as I upvoted you...I went, oh shit...I need to do this...NOW! So I added a few personal touches to Congresswoman Susan Davis (not a co-sponsor) and Congressman Brian Bilbray (a co-sponsor).

(in the one to Bilbray, I note that he is a co-sponsor but still urge him to continue his support)

Dear Congresswoman Davis,
I am writing you as a concerned La Jolla resident.

As you know, the GAO reported last year that the Federal Reserve provided more than $16 trillion in total financial assistance to some of the largest financial institutions and corporations in the United States and throughout the world.

In addition, the 108-page report found that at least 18 specific current and former Fed board members were affiliated with banks and companies that received emergency loans from the Federal Reserve during the financial crisis.

Please hold the Federal Reserve accountable to Congress and the American People. I urge you, Congresswoman David, to support this bill on behalf of hard working people in your district. Like my 2 roommates and I! Thank you!



Thanks for the help and maybe this will help someone too. It's easy. Let's contact them with loads of emails and phone calls showing our concern. Things are accelerating. Fed. CISPA. UN Small Arms Treaty. Whew...work the Fed now. More to come...


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