believe me, nobody is more for ending the Fed than I am (they may want to end it as much, but not more).
I didn't say not to end the Fed. I was merely pointing out that nobody needs to end the Fed for Congress to have power to coin money. Congress already has that power as given by the Constitution, whether the Fed exists or not.
The problem is nobody is holding their feet to the fire to control our nation's money. Of course, nobody is holding their feet to the fire to control our nation's debt either.
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