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There is no problem with the

There is no problem with the federal government minting "tally sticks" if they want, as long as they don't force anyone to accept them.

The constitution forbids the government from forcing anyone to take anything but gold or silver for what is owed them - LEGAL TENDER. And it is not likely that "tally sticks" would have value except for this fraud. Why else fraudulently put legal tender on federal reserve bills of credit.

20 years ago I was arguing with idiots online like on this thread right now, intentionally confusing definitions and trying to play the population as a fool. One was a member of the federal reserve, the other later became an assistant to a state attorney general.

In my opinion, living as a man means you do not lie to others.

And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our lives, our fortunes and our sacred honor.