Arizona Legal Gold And Silver Currency Bill Moves ForwardSubmitted by InPursuitOfLiberty on Tue, 04/02/2013 - 08:26
“You have to choose between trusting to the natural stability of gold and the natural stability of the honesty and intelligence of the members of the Government. And, with due respect for these gentlemen, I advise you, as long as the Capitalist system lasts, to vote for gold.” —George Bernhard Shaw
Arizona SB 1439 could change Arizona Currency Laws and send a nullifying shock wave through monetary discussion and structure throughout the United States by calling for legal gold and silver tender through the Right of Nullification.
AZ’s SB 1439, with local and nationwide support and action, passed the House Rules Committee 7 to 2 votes Monday evening. The vote adds to SB 1439′s victory and gained momentum within the Senate, and will now move forward to the Committee of the Whole, a final House Vote, and most anticipated, face Governor Brewer’s stroke of the pen law passer/blocker authority.
With massive support from the public and additionally-at the demand of the public-legislators, SB 1439′s most difficult challenge lays with Governor Brewer.
Brewer’s rhetoric or lack thereof may lead one to assume Arizona currency legislation like SB 1439 would easily win her support, but Brewer’s history with Constitutional Voters is one of silence throughout legislative process & victory and absolute authority upon arrival on her desk; something many Arizonans remember from the fight to pass Anti-NDAA legislation, which rode a wave of public support to victory in the committees, house, and senate, only to be vetoed by Gov. Brewer.
That is why for Legal Gold & Silver to become a reality in Arizona, constant pressure must be kept on gov. brewer’s office: (602) 542-4331
And while an attempt for legal gold and silver Arizona currency may seem challenging, its reward of re-gained freedom to Arizonans and added energy to the same cause for other Americans is priceless. The significance of more freedom in regards to currency is unimaginable when considering that hundreds of millions of Americans, their fruits of labor, their time, their savings, their businesses, their interactions and negotiations, and their ideas are and have been restrained and punished by a monopoly on currency, the means of trade.
As challenging as it has been and will be for Arizonans to compete with the Federal Reserve’s monopoly and enforcers,what Arizona seeks to do has been done before. Utah was the 1st state to legalize gold and silver by nullifying federal laws regarding the federal reserve monopoly on currency, with Arizona seeking to be next.
Many other States have begun considering Constitutional tender laws, with many of those nearly as far as Arizona, and/or re-attempting passage of the legislation with even more support this time around. And when you logically just think about it, really think about it, all that is being asked is that if alternative currencies are created or exist, they may be considered, changed, and used on one’s own due diligence, responsibility, and risk. What business is it of the government’s if a business owner chooses to value something, accept it, & there are willing customers on the other side of the transaction who see themselves benefiting the same?
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