Comment: Did you miss the part where it only taxes the creation of money?

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Did you miss the part where it only taxes the creation of money?

When fractional reserve banking is used, it creates money. That's a function reserved via the Constitution for congress only. To my way of thinking, this means that it should not be allowed at all, but if they want to delegate it out, then they should have the sole ability to regulate how much money is created (or how much is returned from the process). In actuality, it's not only FRB process that "creates" money, any other leveraged investment creates it as well.

All other taxes are not constitutional and should be ended but since we're no longer an export country (other than debt), how could we fund any government at all? That's what led me to going after those who inflated the money supply (mainly the FED and other banks) Lastly, in looking at the full process, even derivatives and other CDS/naked short type deals are in the same category.

The thing in common with all these is leverage being used to gain from an investment. The vast majority of people will never make a leveraged profit so I don't understand what all the fuss is about.