....Yeah, being a bully has it's advantages. You get things, and people occasionally do what you want. I gotta start refuting some of your claims now though. This has gone too far. First, how are you going to pay your troops? How are you going to pay your FEMA's, EPA's, Medicares, etc.? When you start paying your soldiers with money that can't buy shit, are they gonna do any work for you? Are EPA employees going to go to work for free? It seems you, and many others, have not grasped this idea fully yet. Unless you believe that everyone will work for the "good of the nation".
This is what exactly Cong. Ron Paul want us to see. The real situation of our economy.
Dr. Paul on FOX Biz Special Report w/C. McShane "Polls show if you are a Ron Paul supporter, you usually don't leave" ~8/31/11Submitted by drheyde on Wed, 08/31/2011 - 20:35
On Wednesday morning, Dr. Ron Paul spoke via telephone with Connell McShane from Fox Business Special Report. He spoke about FEMA, the Federal Reserve and the campaign.
Podcast combining them both together: http://www.ronpaul2012podcast.com/2011/08/31/ron-paul-with-f...
The Fed's shadow TARP
By: Sen. Jim DeMint
August 31, 2011 04:35 AM EDT
In the run-up to the financial crisis, the Federal Reserve fueled the housing bubble with its easy money policy. Now, we know that after the crisis struck, the Fed secretly propped up elite bankers all the way from Wall Street to Brussels to the Central Bank of Libya.
First Federal Reserve Audit Reveals Trillions in Secret Bailouts
Inter Press Service
Sun, 28 Aug 2011 00:00 CDT
© WikipediaAtlanta, Georga: The first-ever audit of the U.S. Federal Reserve has revealed 16 trillion dollars in secret bank bailouts and has raised more questions about the quasi-private agency's opaque operations.
"This is a clear case of socialism for the rich and rugged, you're-on-your-own individualism for everyone else," U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders, an Independent from Vermont, said in a statement.
Had a good laugh today, reading an article on the Daily Iowan, from a TEACHER!
Yes, apparently Paul knows nothing about the Constitution and the necessary and proper clause... watch the comments section, I think we're at 100 plus now easily enough.
This is the latest Liberty Minute discussing my favorite question of late: "What would Ron Paul do to create jobs?"
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I don't think employers should have the right to force you to have your money in a bank. The employers freedom to force us? what about my freedom to elect not to have a bank account at all? Forcing some one to have a bank account is not free market at all, it is monopolistic, forcing someone to purchase a product is against the law. Why should this be any different?
Just thought I would let you guys know our network has a new show starting on Mon Aug 29th! Listen in as we spread the message of Ron Paul to a worldwide audience!
"If a trillion dollars passes over every couple of hours, and you could just break in for a couple of seconds, that's worth a little effort." - Former State Department official Jim Lewis
A banking system built on lies and deception – Hiding commercial real estate losses by laundering bad loans through the FedSubmitted by bobbyw24 on Mon, 08/29/2011 - 08:11
Part of the massive challenges facing our brittle financial system is the opaque and secretive nature of the Federal Reserve. It is difficult enough to confront a challenge with all information present but make it purposely convoluted and dark and we have a crisis of historical proportions. The recent market volatility is simply a dire reflection of a system unsure of what is going on. Markets despise distrust and that is what we are finding.
August 27 2011: Little or no control over borrowing from the Fed by banks, Fed helps banks offset their losses, the temporary game of stimulus is still with us, gold the new world currency, Congress and Executive Office refuse to confront, the federal government is broke, the debt is unpayable.
Aaron Task, Yahoo Finance on the John Batchelor Show Yesterday:
Critical part begins at 6:40 mark.