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  • gridflash

    Congress should not be involved in a “national economic situation”… wtf??

    But he has no qualms about telling Congress they shouldn’t be trying to limit the national debt.

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  • asdasdasdasd

    im the batard larry my pic

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  • Michael

    Andrew Jackson and President John F. Kennedy tried to abolish the sinister Federal Reserve, it unchecked fiscal power and theft of legal taxpayer revenue. The Fed and its many members are all thiefs. Kennedy enacted an Executive Order granting the Treasury and Congress to print Silver Certificates towards the Governments debt (much like the gold Standard in some respects). It is believed that this E.O . is still valid an on the books and in my opinion should be reinstituted taking financial control away from the Fed, the Rothchilds and their many spider webbed banking partners who have ruined the wolrd financially.

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    • Lindsey

      Michael: There was no Federal Reserve during Jackson’s term of office. However he did refuse to re-charter the Second Bank of the United States which was in some ways similar to the present Federal Reserve. We need a modern day Andrew Jackson elected in this country for sure.

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  • sonofliberty

    Can anyone enlighten me on why, when we have provisions for a treasury, do we need a central bank? Didn’t the country operate quite well without any central bank after the second was abolished?

    Thank you.

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  • java

    and lastly you always boast about your degree, well in fact you are just in the almost passing mark. i really hate posers like you. i have a degree at harvard. nananana… asshole

    arrogant, you never proven yourself to any of your accomplishments at ALL…

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  • java

    what do you mean Larry?!!!

    are you insane or what?!!!

    you don’t make any sense at all nd on top of that ur no graduate of harvard ur a fake. dont claim somethin thats not true

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  • Fact Checker

    Uh the first video you have posted is the English Language version of Russian News (thats what the RT stands for). Didn’t know Ron Paul was a shill for Putin. That or Ron Paul got punked again.

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    • longshotlouie

      uh, is the local MSM your only source for global goings-on?

      Wouldn’t you have to be punked once to be punked ‘again’?

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  • longshotlouie

    CIA recruiting bankers?
    http://www.reuters.com/article/topNews/idUSTRE55H6CH20090618?feedType=RSS&feedName=topNews

    CIA-funded company invests in image-search company PixLogic
    http://www.pixlogic.com/news/press_coverage/miami%20hearld.htm

    CIA and their drugster friends
    http://www.motherjones.com/politics/1998/08/total-coverage-cia-contras-and-drugs

    The BCCI-CIA Connection
    http://www.newsweek.com/id/126126

    With friends like that, who needs enemies?

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    • christine

      Rant…
      The last article starts with this …”BCCI [bank] was involved in some of the most sensitive intelligence operations of the Reagan-Bush years, including the secret sales of arms to Iran.”

      …and then I think of the current day talks of needing to curtail Iran, possibly war with Iran. We’re WITH other countries, then we’re AGAINST them. It seems these dangerous folks behind the curtain think of the earth as a giant game board, merely moving pieces (people, armies, convincingly with propaganda and lies) here and there, using whomever and whatever means to accomplish, what? A world where nobody thinks for themselves, a world with these type of folks in charge, an earth that will never know peace with them perverting everything good. When does it stop?

      Our own country, America is slipping further and further away and into the kind of destabilization our governemnt secretly uses to destroy other countries to institute democracy. I’m thinking democracy was not our original form of government. We had a government for a republic. This spreading of democracy seems to be the spreading of the cancer, a government run by the elite bankers. If a democracy is what we have been perverted into, then we see how well it is working for us now. Why would we want to go to war to impose this on anybody!?!

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    • christine

      …and as an aside from that last article, there are two title companies that collect all the data on foreclosed homes, then that data filters out to all other title companies. First American is one of the two lead companies. Hmm… someone’s working towards getting more and more consolidated control over the houses in America.

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  • Watt Thehey

    More damning evidence that the Nobel Prize racket is just another Leftist circle-jerk. http://abcnews.go.com/ThisWeek/Politics/Story?id=7966402&page=2

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  • longshotlouie

    “Beijing, which has floated the idea of an alternative to the dollar as world reserve currency, wants the matter — sensitive in financial markets wary of risks to U.S. asset values — broached at a July 8-10 summit in Italy, officials say.”
    http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Dollar-discomfort-thrust-rb-1788837588.html?x=0&.v=2

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  • SAUL EBSTINE

    YES BERNANKE, WE WANT OUR ELECTED CONGRESS TO TAKE OVER THE Fed.Reserve BEFORE IT DESTROYES OUR COUNTRY.AND I BELIVE BERNANKE IS A DOUBLE AGENT WORKING IN THE BEST INTRUST OF THE FED. RESERVE A PRIVTE BUSINESS OWNED BY THE ROTHSHILDS WHO SAID HIMSELF HE WANTS TO RUN THE WORLD.

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  • Christine

    The Declaration of Independence Hollywood Style (audio/video)

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  • Goldback

    “We are in danger of being overwhelmed with irredeemable paper, mere paper, representing not gold nor silver; no sir, representing nothing but broken promises, bad faith, bankrupt corporations, cheated creditors and a ruined people.”
    Daniel Webster,
    speech in the Senate, 1833

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  • Goldback

    “With the monetary system we have now, the careful saving of a lifetime can be wiped out in an eyeblink.”
    Larry Parks, Executive Director,
    FAME Foundation for the Advancement of Monetary Education

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  • longshotlouie

    “Paper money eventually returns to its intrinsic value —- zero.”

    – Voltaire

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  • Ross

    You’d think that a person with the name Sean would have some perspective on the surpression and inhumanity that the British inflicted on the Irish.This is the mentality that ignores the suffering of their fellow man for personal gain.

    You are full of it Sean,and when the ultimate economic collapse happens Sean,you will be expendible flotsom and jetsom, just like the masses,since you will not be in the inner circle.

    Obama and the Fed has the US on the path of total collapse.

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  • Sean

    Thomas Jefferson supported the Dallas Tariff which was our first protective tariff. The dallas tariff made up 90% of government revenue up till the civil war and there was no need for the income tax.

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    • Sean

      in 1913 they dramatically lowered tarrifs with the Under-Wood Simmons act and created the income tax.

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    • Christine

      Where’s the money? Who has it? The FED and the government seem to be creating ways to get more money from us, the worker bees. we dutifully go off to work (if we have a job) and they give them our hard earned money to pay for their spending sprees…all to serve the very elite wealthy. The government is going after all of the big basic human needs that create a mandatory payment to them or something that creates interest income for themselves…cars, health insurance, home loans, taxes…anyway they can to pay off the huge debt they are creating.

      Of course, if they do not do something about job creation, no one will be able to buy anything or sell anything.

      And the wars that are spreading…it has been said that it only needs to be sustained, not won. There is money to be made in war for the elites. There is no winning a war that has a basis in a false pretext created to start it. The longer it goes on, the more the elite make from their goal of oil control and weapon sales, which they are invested in.

      We need a course of government that is for the people. That’s not what we have right now.

      I look forward to the audit of the FED’s activities. They are the cause and source of all of our woes. These are the folks that actually run our government. They pretend to be the stabilizers of the economy….well, if they are, then they need to sharpen up their job skills. I believe they know what is going on and are doing this intentionally. Better it is that they are dissolved completely…as well as the IRS. They pretend to be the Savior, but they are the problem! The state of the world is getting worse and worse because of them. No one likes being manipulated!

      America will once again be free and unburdened from the corruption that currently exists.

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  • Paul

    The way I see things is this. There is plenty of wealth in the world. People in this country and all over the world have created it by making and growing things over the past 2000 years or more. Unfortunately A few (slimey money changers), savvy individuals have figured out how to take most of that wealth and hoard it for themselves. It is high time to separate that wealth from those (slimey money changers) savvy individuals either by tact or by force it must be done. The human race is not very accepting of slavery and that is exactly what those wealth hoarders intend for us all! I just cant, as a farm boy, figure out why someone would want to have so much money while others have none. It is totally incomprehensible to me but there it is.

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    • Christine

      I agree! Everyone was born with gifts, talents and skills and certain inalienable rights, thus the Constitution, Bill of Rights and Declaration of Independence to acknowledge this, but our system has evolved to pervert and disregard these rights. When we turn the back the tide to the original intentions of this country, then the sayings we use to describe America will not be just overused and trite words.

      Land of the free? Wealthiest nation on the planet? Really? We’re totally in debt to foreign countries and running fast towards bankruptcy. Can’t provide properly for medical care, homes stolen by intentional misdeeds in our financial institutions, educational opportunities out of reach for most, food costs, on and on. It seems “they” in the government, including the FED, have plans on making life more difficult than in making it easier so they can spend the money we make thus making us slaves without rights to justice, life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Their plans are towards a one world government, of control over everyone and everything…while everything they do appears to make things more and more out of control. Such a deception. These really are sick people in charge. Perhaps they will one day see that this way simply does not work well, not for them or anyone.

      I envision a world where there is plenty for everyone everywhere and everyone truly cares about the welfare and lives of others, not just a select few siphoning off the rightfully due riches of others from the work of their own hands. This world was not created for just a select few. With this premise, the policies that guide everything would be quite different from what we currently have and are moving towards.

      “Their” word is control, our word is universal “care”. Politicians are suppose to be “in public service” to the masses. We are suppose to be able to trust them, but when they get into office and do exactly the opposite of what they promised, then it is again apparent that they repeatedly lie to get into office to work their own will, not the will of the people. They are a disappointment. I think most have forgotten, if they ever really knew, what public service means.

      Ron Paul is the exception. He is consistent and holds every bill before him up to the light of the Constitution, Bill of Rights and Declaration. This keeps him steady and trustworthy. We know he will not be in the business of taking our civil liberties or rights away. We can depend on him.

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      • Sean

        We are working on globalization, but not a “one world government.” We have been working on a “one world economy” right before everyone’s eyes, and everyone is accepting it. Even Ron Paul is for free trade.. This is the only thing proping the fed up. It gives them rights to work with other central banks to make fair trade.

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        • Christine

          I believe you are mistaken and a bit naive. The new world order is called one world government, globalization, whatever name you find acceptable, they all mean the same thing. They purposefully give various names to it to try to make it palatable for the masses. If one name doesn’t work and is objectionable, another name will work is what they hope.

          Ron Paul is for free trade, to be friendly with other nations and trade with them, but not surrender our constitution, bill of rights, and declaration to do it. He believes in still remaining a sovereign country and government.

          Not everyone is accepting what is happening.

          The FED is involved in far more things than trade. Once the FED audit is conducted by the GAO, then we will see the totality of their involvement in world affairs and activities. The USA was intended to be run by the President and elected officials, not financiers in secret.

          The FED is having difficulty with bringing Russia on board with this one world economy. They do not like the “tax system”. Of course, no one does, and it needs to change. This is how the FED gets it’s money from you, me and everyone. The original intention of our founders was not this, in fact, it was to get away from England and the heavy tax burdens, just exactly what was again created in 1913 with the FED and the IRS. The financiers wormed their way into the system once again. The USA lost it’s freedom then and has been run by financiers who only have their interests at heart, not yours, mine or the citizens of the USA. Not those of other countries either. If they did have our best interests at heart, we would have affordable basic needs as human beings and the government would be small.

          I look forward to the FED’s audit.

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          • Sean

            It is very unlikely that we are going to have a “one world government…” I don’t think any other country would accept that. On the other hand, why would we need a one world government if we have a one world economy?? The whole idea is to integrate countries. As long as the governments are working together than we can merge into a world economic structure under the control of the elite. It’s all the same.. Being friendly with nations is one thing. Having serveral countries being totally dependent on eachother for money and goods is completly different story.

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          • Christine

            As I said previously, the one world economy is one world government, is globalization. All the same. In case you haven’t noticed, even here in the USA, the ones who control the money have and do control our government. They are called the FED, teamed up and in bed with our government. The FED is reaching worldwide.

            Perhaps these links at this website will get you up to speed. The link at the bottom will take you to more and more links previously posted.

            http://notmainstreammedianews.blogspot.com

            On thing we should understand about this financial mess is to dismiss the mistaken notion that “if it happens over there, it won’t affect me”. That is not true. What has gone out will be totally karmic and will come back to them…someday. Perhaps soon. We don’t know when.

            So with the FED as the brainchild for all of the financial woes that are spreading throughout the USA and to other countries (just to remind them and us all of how powerful the FED is and how far reaching their decisions can affect populations despite borders), all the wars incited by USA, the destruction in other countries on the path to control the world’s oil, we should know there will be a time to pay retribution. The FED is a banking cartel. They do what others can not do because it is absolutely illegal. They don’t abide by the law, hold their plans in secret, execute them in secret behind the curtain, but there are Universal Laws that govern this world. The FED cannot duck from Universal Laws. They just happen.

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        • Sean

          Ron Paul and everyone know what kind of situation we are in. They will all say that we need to live within our means. That means we need an even trade balance so we aren’t borrowing money and over consuming.

          But getting rid of the fed is just going to make a problem worse. It’s not going to force us to live within our means; it’s going to force us into a type of deflation which we could not get out of.

          You have to understand that it was government policy that has gotten us into this fragile position where it could harm us to eliminate the fed. Government policy has to change before you can successfully remove them.

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          • Sean

            Even if we got rid of the fed, we would still have fractional reserve banking. Large banks would take the roll of the central bank and dictate monetary policy. Smaller banks would have to take loans from the larger banks before they collapse. That is what history has taught us..

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          • Ross

            So Sean,you think that debt slavery is good for the masses only because you can extricate advantage from it, like all the other parasites? Why pay interest to the Fed who counterfeit money,when the people can pay lesser interest and keep inflation under control via more monetary discipline?

            Your demented,flawed postings reveal a more avaricous side that seeks personal advantage over any moral reponsibility you feel towards your fellow man.

            How much do they pay you Sean?

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          • Sean

            you are a slooooow one. WE CAN’T HAVE ANY OTHER MONEY SYSTEM AND STILL PURCHASE OIL!!! are you that stupid?

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          • Sean

            The income tax replaced tariffs.. I’ve been suggesting that we get rid of income taxes and replace them with tariffs again so we can at least try to live within our means so we wont have to borrow money anymore and have this system of debt! maybe if you would read some of my posts before making retarded remarks, than you would learn a little bit.

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          • Sean

            hahahahahaha! that is sooo funny. You don’t even understand the feds role. The fed has to raise interest rates to stop the banks from lending too much money. Without the fed doing that, banks would lend too much and inflation would get out of control. GO TO SCHOOL!

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          • Christine

            Go here and sign up to read this book for free. Some education will help you and us all.

            http://www.conspiracyoftherich.com

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          • longshotlouie

            So they ‘lowered’ rates to 1% (then lower).

            Are the banks lending too much?

            Interest rates will go up when our creditors (China, Japan, et al) want a better return for their risky investment in us.
            That will bring the inflation, and the next wave of the housing crisis.

            Not enough to GO TO SCHOOL, if you are being fed hogwash.

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          • longshotlouie

            Sean replies:
            July 4th, 2009 at 12:02 pm
            The income tax replaced tariffs.. I’ve been suggesting that we get rid of income taxes and replace them with tariffs again so we can at least try to live within our means so we wont have to borrow money anymore and have this system of debt! maybe if you would read some of my posts before making retarded remarks, than you would learn a little bit.
            —————————-

            As long as the FED can print money out of thin air, there is no restriction to living beyond our means.

            If you are the teacher, then regression is the subject.

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          • Sean

            Lou, i’m sorry but you have it backwards. Whenever interest rates rise, inflation goes down. It is called monetary policy, they use it for price stability.

            Whenever a country grows, it inflates the currency. The federal reserve has to raise interet rates to stop the country from growing too fast and inflating too much. With a fiat currency and without the fed, there would be runaway inflation.

            The reason we switched to a fiat currency is because we import too much oil. That was 40 years ago and we import 10 times more oil now than today. The problem is 10 times worse now than before. There is no way in heaven or hell that we could or would switch back in the fragile position that we are in.

            Getting rid of the fed isn’t going to force us to live within our means. It’s gonna cause a depression. The money supply would contract and ruin our economy. The great depression was caused by a contraction of the money supply. We had to get off the gold standard and inflate the dollar to get out of it.

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          • Sean
          • longshotlouie

            Keep uttering your tired statist theory. The one that turns out to have brought us to this moment in history.

            You seem to enjoy the fact that money is created as debt. For you growth seems to equal debt. When you overspend at your house, do you get another credit card to help fulfill your ‘growth’? Maybe you have a high-quality printer to print up some fiat-fiat currency to help sustain the economic ‘growth’ of your household.

            Bottomline: If it makes no sense in household finance, it makes no sense.
            ==========================

            And yet another story comes out about another thing that you were sure would not be a problem. There will be many more in the near future.

            India Joins Russia, China in Questioning U.S. Dollar Dominance
            http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=aR7yfqUwTb4M

            Debt is not wealth.

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          • longshotlouie

            The Economics of Illusion
            http://mises.org/story/3497

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          • Sean

            Bottomline; we can’t afford to import 500 billion dollars worth of oil a year without a flexible currency.

            Bottomline; Switching from tarrifs to income tax has made it impossible to live within our means. It is not good for an economy or country to remove tariffs from goods comming in and replacing them with domestic taxes.

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          • Sean

            I AM NOT PRO DEBT! just because i tell you why we have a fiat currency and how it’s keeping our country alive, doesn’t mean i am for it.

            SO EVERY POST THAT EVERYONE MAKES AGAINST ME HAS NO SUBSTANCE BECAUSE THEY DON’T REFLECT MY OPINION IN ANY WAY WHATSOEVER.

            That is why I laugh about all the things everyone says about me and call them stupid.

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          • longshotlouie

            Does the heroin keep the addict alive?

            Maybe if you stomp your feet and hold your breath till you are red in the face, your fantasy will become reality.

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          • Sean

            Do you think ending the federal reserve is going to stop a heroin addict from getting his drugs?

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          • longshotlouie

            Is that what you took from my reply?

            s i m p l e t o n

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          • Sean

            haha no, i was trying to make a point. we are addicts and oil is our drug. Just because we get rid of the fed doesn’t mean we will stop importing oil.. It is not the federal reserve that is telling businesses to go china to bring goods here. They do it because it is cheaper and because they don’t have to pay taxes on those goods as they would here.

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          • Sean

            “Does the heroin keep the addict alive?” …
            Does air keep the addict alive?

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          • longshotlouie

            Well that makes it better. As long as we are only being robbed so the addict can get drugs. Lessee, we are the addicts pumping the drug without any concern for the fact that our children and grandchildren will have to pay. But wait, if we make addicts out of our children and theirs, they can pass off that exponentially larger debt to their children and …….. BOOM

            Speaking of oil, is it not odd that as consumption declines and reserves are at historical highs, we get to pay more?

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          • Sean

            This is where it gets good.. Why do you think the government spends so much money? Compare these two charts. Knowledge is gold.

            http://www.debtreliefprogram.us/358-20070928-DEBT_large_prod_affiliate_91.jpg

            http://www.usagold.com/analysis/images/dt-2007-trade-deficit.gif

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          • longshotlouie

            Thanks for the common knowledge charts. I doubt that anyone here needs a chart to tell them the debt and trade deficits are both unsustainable. Again, they are symptoms, not the disease.

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          • Sean

            That’s not the point. Do you know anything about keynesian ecnomics? The government spends money and racks up the national debt to replace money spent overseas. Can you see a resemblence in the charts other than they are high? Did you pass algebra in high school?

            If we had tariffs we wouldn’t need income taxes and the government would not have to borrow so much money.

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          • longshotlouie

            Here we go around the maypole again.

            I haven’t argued the path of recovery yet, just acknowledgement of the actual disease and its root.

            Your condescending tone is tiresome. Enjoy your navel.

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          • Sean

            we are talking about two different diseases. You can’t cure one of them and expect to live.

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          • Christine

            In Louie’s link…
            http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601091&sid=aR7yfqUwTb4M

            …they acknowledge the imbalance in the trade deficit, and of more concern is Russia, China and India now seeming to object to US dollar dominance in the global economy.

            Before the US went after Saddam, he wanted to change the currency to buy oil from the US dollar. Real reason the US went after him? Most likely. Changing the currency to buy oil would be a game changer for sure.

            Now it is up for discussion again at the G8.

            If Americans feel our leaders are doing a bad job at managing our economy, how they just let all the wrong doers just slide and in fact gave them bailouts and bonuses, and are on a wild spending spree on borrowed money, perhaps other countries are also objecting. Americans may not be alone in the battle with the FED.

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