What is your point? Why does this information bother you so much that you feel you must make numerous comments attacking it?
All I am trying to do is establish some basic historical facts here. At the constitutional convention there was an overwhelming majority that voted to strike out the congressional power to emit bills from the draft constitution. A lot of people are not aware that this vote took place and don't know that James Madison said "Striking out the words cut off the pretext for a paper currency, and particularly for making the bills a tender either for public or private debts." Can we agree that this is a basic indisputable fact?
My point in questioning you on this subject is to find out why you are so vehemently attacking me. What is it that I said that makes you so upset that you feel you must post comment after comment conflating the factual information I have presented with "sov citizen hoax crap"?
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