4 responses to “Ron Paul: Don’t Fire Bernanke – Fire the Fed!”

  1. DJ De Luca

    I’m with you Ron!

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  2. thetruthwillsetusfree

    We love you Ron; tell Rand we love him too! It’s a year later and the debt has been monetized by the Fed. The shell/ponzi scheme of the Fed is throwing it’s final desparate crap shoot. It’s a sad time; but with your leadership, we will remain strong and speak out. We will continue to save even as we watch those savings loose value with each act of the Fed. Keep up the good fight Ron! We are fighting with you!

    We in the middle class are wondering what will have any substantative value as our dollar falls and prices soar. We do worry about the possibility that the devalued dollar and rising inflation of prices for food and fuel will eat up everything we’ve tried so hard to save. We worry that it will become very expensive to heat our homes this winter and buy our groceries and wonder where we will get the money from with our devalued savings. We will remain steadfast and strong. We do worry though.

    Thank you for all that you do. Thank you for being our voice of reason.

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  4. longshotlouie

    The Fed has built up bank reserves by accepting mortgage-backed garbage that is worth only pennies on the dollar. Bernanke assumes that investors will eventually recognize their mistake and begin to purchase these toxic assets at a price that won’t bankrupt the banking system. It’s a complete hoax and everyone knows it. In essence, Bernanke is saying that he is right and the market is wrong, which is why he continues to conceal the fact that he provided full-value loans for collateral which the banks will never be able to repay. The costs, of course, will eventually be shifted onto the taxpayer.

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