5 responses to “Ron Paul to Fed Vice-Chairman: Your “Independence” is a Code Word for “Secrecy””

  1. Ron Paul and Jim DeMint: Americans Deserve a Transparent Fed | Vybes.com - Tech News, Reviews, Business, Health News and More

    [...] Ron Paul to Fed Vice-Chairman: Your “Independence” is a Code Word for “Secrecy” Event: Regulatory Restructuring: Balancing the Independence of the Federal… [...]

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  2. Non-Federal Non-Reserve

    “Independence” is their code word for “unconstitutional”. If it’s not part of the legislative branch, executive branch, or judicial branch, it’s unconstitutional.

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  3. john

    I dont think mr Kohn is much of anyone. He probably has no real talents or abilities that are of any use, so he scores a job at the FED because hes a chubby, ugly, and frankly nerdy looking old geizer. His only “talent” is to be a corrupt joke who represents special interests while cheating people out of their money.

    What else could people like these do? If they no longer work for the FED, they would just sit around all day trying to think of new ways to steal money.

    What a joke that guy is and what a joke the FED is. I cant believe people even deemed it neccessary to have a discussion on this. THEIR IS NO DISCUSSION, IT NEEDS AN AUDIT.

    All his reasons are nothing, they are just small tiny reasons that really have nothing to do with the fact that IT SHOULDNT EVEN EXIST.

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  4. VR

    There was the smell of blood,
    broken hearts and dying dreams
    in the air when Americans
    began to lose their jobs
    and were foreclosed on.

    The money, they said, had vanished
    into the maw of the financial “crisis”
    created so banks could suck up billions
    in 401Ks, mutual and pension funds

    in addition to the taxpayer bailout
    and regurgitate it into the mint julep glasses
    of CEOs and shareholders fanning themselves
    while sitting on the financial plantation’s veranda,
    living off the retirement
    of the Middle and Working Classes,

    and in the deep, dead of financial winter
    will drink hot toddies and imported brandy
    while wrapped in cashmere sweaters
    by the comforting fire
    of their remote and casual brutality.

    by Vi Ransel

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  5. Lindsey Brutus

    Mr. Kohn is an elitist who is more concerned about keeping his cushy job at the Fed than the American people’s interests!

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