Comment: No he was retiring the silver notes to make the metal available

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No he was retiring the silver notes to make the metal available

for coinage, perhaps $20 and $100 pieces, which would be a wonderful way for the average person to save large amounts in dollars that he could have confidence in.

You are a classic shill: stress the parts that support your case and ignore the parts which don't. I do thank you though for helping me decide whether JFK was for or against the Fed. With such fatuous and intellectually dishonest arguments as I have seen you employ, I don't need to understand all the details. Now I know he must have been against it, because the opposite of what someone says who argues the way you do must be the truth.

Release the Sandy Hook video.