Comment: When one is free, responsibility is optional.

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When one is free, responsibility is optional.

The government wants to borrow for us and give us handouts while the creditors holds the Treasury Notes that places unquestionable debts on the people. (how do I opt out>)

Borrowing directly cuts out the middle men.

Borrow $10,000 and buy silver. If silver doubles in price, sell half cover loan.

It would not surprise me if the Federal Reserve members did rock the US Financial Boat vigorously in response to measures to Audit the Fed.

The US Treasury has public records on who the member shareholders are and their paid in reserves. Somebody submit a freedom of information request.

If they want to keep their accounts to themselves fine. Maybe Congress can get the list and we can handle it from there.

Free includes debt-free!