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If We the People are the government...then send your Senator a resolution re: Audit the Fed

I was thinking...if we the people are the government, then why not send a letter to your (or all) Senators that is not just a letter, but a resolution ~ along the lines of ones that are sent to State legislatures or used by the parties? (*thanks to Mark Willis for the idea, who made a resolution for use at town/county committee meetings in support of Maine Delegation) Get active and make the Senate listen like we did the House!

The following is the text of what I came up with and will send to the Maine Senators:

Individual Resolution in Support of S 202: Federal Reserve Transparency Act of 2011 (<-- bold and center this)

WHEREAS, a company, corporation, organization or other group entity comprised of more than one person is not, nor ever can be in actuality, considered an individual...

WHEREAS, it is the duty of the Federal government, as it should be the duty of all State governments, to protect the liberty (life, property and privacy) of all individuals...

WHEREAS, it is the right of all individuals to know what the government they form and fund is doing...

WHEREAS, the Federal Reserve (and its banks) deals directly with government through the Treasury, but has consistently avoided and/or refused to provide clear, full and transparent accountings of their dealings and actions to the United States Congress...

WHEREAS, the bill HR 459: The Federal Reserve Transparency Act of 2011 recently passed the House of Representatives with a resounding majority vote of 327 to 98, thereby reflecting the peoples' will and demand for transparency...

RESOLVED, I (the undersigned) demand that you (the addressed) as a duly elected and/or appointed United States Senator not only co-sponsor, but ensure passage of the Senate bill S 202: Federal Reserve Transparency Act of 2011 (as introduced by Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky on 1/26/2011) as soon as possible.

You put the address/contact info of Senator at the top and address it to that person. Put your name and address at the bottom, sign and date it.

Additionally, it could be adjusted to say We (the undersigned) and add some pages with lines and go out and get signatures. It could also be taken to town/county/state committee meetings. The more sent, the more effective. Harry Reid and anyone else obstructing the bringing of the bill to the Senate floor be damned!

PS: I haven't sent it yet, so feedback on the wording is welcome...I'm no lawyer :) Please feel free to use this as is...



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