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Do you know that $250 TV would cost $10 in Real Silver Money?

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Do you know that $250 TV would cost $10 in Real Silver Money?

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Medicare/SS Anyone?

http://www.dailypaul.com/261689/silver-dimes-silver-quarters... :

information as food for thought:

If the Federal Government had allowed people to invest that money into gold instead of inflating the money then perhaps people would be able to get MORE than $100 back out of the system!

Or how about just silver?

After all one might consider that a 1964 silver dime is worth around $2.50 today. A single 10 cent piece from 1964 is worth 2 dollar bills and a fifty cent piece. Didn’t Dr. Paul hold up a silver quarter and say a gallon of gas could be purchased with that quarter in 2012?

I am wondering, how much health care would those silver dimes and quarters purchase in 2012?

If youu would like some more food for thought regarding gold and Medicare, jump on over to here:


Ben Franklin said: “A penny saved is a penny earned.”

bear wonders…maybe only when that penny is made out of copper...

It will cost you far more than that

if you buy it and turn it on. The cost to your intelligence and the cost that the propaganda being fed to you (which will result in a form of self inflicted mental illness) will be incalculable.

I see a future where both TV's and the fee for getting connected to a cable network or a satalite serive will all be free. Unless there is a new cable service that only offers TRUE news and does away with corporate commericials that promote consumerism...as people wake up...they are going to start tossing TV's out with the rest of their trash.

I gave my flat screen to a fraternity where my daughters boyfriend lives...near where she attends college. The one old CRT TV we have left is used to hold my wireless router and also we can turn it on to watch Seinfeld and the occasional movie. But what is mostly on the screen of our TV is dust.

Happy Turkey Day all.

To be fair

My pay would not be $10.50/hour if I could exchange my fed notes for their face value in silver coins. So yeah the TV would cost less in nominal terms but it might still cost a similar amount in terms of the number of hours that I need to work to earn enough money to purchase said TV. Although I would argue it would, especially over time, become cheaper as it would be harder to depress real wages in an honest money environment so productivity gains should lead to a decrease in real prices in the long run.



Or gasoline...

...about fifteen (silver) cents to the gallon.

Or convert it to eggs or tons of steel or anything else real and you'll see that as productivity improves, prices go down. The Fe'ral Reserve protects us from deflation by extracting the extra value from improved products and leaves us to pay the difference.

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to be continued