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Ron Paul on CNBC discusses Rand Paul potential block of Yellen Nomination 10/28/13

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DJP333's picture

Dr. Know

Drops some knowledge on these fools again. Its almost obvious that they are not even listening. They just want some dirt or want him to say something they can use against him and Rand later.

"It’s not pessimistic, brother, because this is the blues. We are blues people. The blues aren’t pessimistic. We’re prisoners of hope but we tell the truth and the truth is dark. That’s different." ~CW

CNBC Using The Good Doctor To Spy On His Son Rand

That's all these bastards want is to phuck Rand Paul via his dad Ron Paul..

Ma Vaffanculo PMS -CNBC!

"One man puts US economy & markets at risk"

recent article on the Daily Ticker. That man is Rand Paul, "one of the leadership idiots" according to David Kotok if he holds up Yellen's appointment for Audit the Fed.

These people must be very afraid of what we will find out.


Still wish he would come out and say that the Fed is an illegal, unconstitutional, criminal banking cartel that is looting Americans.

C_T_CZ's picture


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'The' former GOP presidential candidate'...

"That'd be a major task."

"huh huh huh!"

Don't feed the pandas. Ever.

Why are they so so so so

Why are they so so so so dense?

or woman...

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Tom Rankin

Thanks, the good Doctor

Is in top form, boom.

Slaughts31's picture

Great focus on Audit the Fed

Ron mentions the delay in returning Germany's gold and talks about Auditing the Fed.

However, when people ask about why we need more transparency, I wish he would crush it using the results of the 2011 Audit the Fed. It really furthers the argument, IMO:

16 trillion in secret bailouts to institutions that have their CEO's serving on the Fed Board.