US senate gift wraps $108 Billion, in a time-saving bill payable to the Immaculate Money Fountain (IMF). Following traditions steeped in the art of deception, this eruption of financial Vesuvius, $108 Billion was embedded into a bill titled:
Badly named: This time-saving measure designed to eliminate the need for executive nominees for minor posts in the government to be confirmed by the Senate as a whole. Instead it would allow the process to be dealt with on a committee level.
PS: Pin a $108 Billion note to Turbo Timmy's shirt. Send him along with Uncle Ben to the IMF Headquarters in just a few blocks away in Washington DC. Timmy G & Uncle Ben are member at the privateer club, IMF. The $108 Billion note will help the older members accept Timmy as one of their own. Like a son.
PSS: Following that vote, the Senate passed by unanimous consent a Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio) amendment to ensure that certain military comptrollers (spenders) would have to continue to be confirmed under the Senate's full confirmation process.
PSSS: The Senate amendment [ that was just defeated ] would have ensured that nominees to the IMF Board of Governors would still require confirmation by the full Senate.
Further DailyPaul discussion, including PawnStorm12 & Mark Twain investigations: IMF Give-away... of your wealth...
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