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You hit the nail right on the

You hit the nail right on the head Tbone, right on the head. Thus far Sue has not given any credible evidence to support her assertions, she has simply used assumptions and tried to pawn them to the people on the DP as facts!

First, they wrongly assume that, according to the conspiracy theory, JFK issued $4.3 Billion in United States Notes, he did not. Only $325 Million United States Notes in only $5 denomination were issued, just as prescribed by the Act of 1878. Then since that part of the theory fell apart, they now shift to say that JFK wanted the people to have physical silver coins and that's why he stopped the redemption of Silver Certificates in $5 and $10 denominations in 1961 and then in 1963 he stopped the redemption of $1 and $2 denominated Silver Certificates. They can't even keep their own conspiracy theory straight because none of it fits into what actually happened. AMAZING!

Kennedy was indeed nothing more than a Lincoln Greenbacker...he sought to remove not only Silver Certificates from redemption and circulation, but as he stated he wanted to remove Silver Coin from circulation as well. Silver Certificates was the easier way that the People had to get their Silver, he took that away from them and sought to give the FED far more expansive powers. In fact, if you read his policies you will quickly find that he was highly supportive of the FED.

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