14 responses to “Ron Paul’s Bill To Audit The Federal Reserve Now Has 282 Co-Sponsors in the House, and 23 Co-Sponsors in the Senate!”

  1. longshotlouie
  2. Doug Digger Eberhardt

    Decided to put my 2 cents (which is now 4 cents after inflation) into the arena on Auditing the Fed…

    Why Don’t Limbaugh and Hannity Support Ron Paul’s Bill to Audit the Fed?

    Someone has to hold these guys accountable!

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    1. DanielL

      How are you Doug Eberhardt? right you are about knowing they need some knowledge on the fact.Congress under the 1st ammendment art.1 sec.8 “shall have the right to coin and create the value of the dollar thereof” They dont read our constitution! http://socyberty.com/law/times-of-chance-and-times-of-measure/ search top center of this page under issues link “sound money”

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      1. Doug Digger Eberhardt

        Hi DanielL,

        I am well, thanks for asking. I wanted to point out one caveat to what you say as I know we’re in agreement.

        Article 1 Sec. 8 does not mention the word “dollar” and the constitution doesn’t anywhere in it mention the word dollar.

        Article 1 Sec. 10 speaks of “money” being only gold or silver coin. No mention of the word “dollar” there either.

        Yes, I’m very well acquainted with “sound money” and appreciate your reference to it.

        Cheers!

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  3. Lancelot

    This bill will eventually get 435 in the house and 100 in the senate and it still will never pass, some things wont change in this country. White people will always be scared of black people, black people will always be mad at white people. We will always be in debt and war. And America will never pass a bill that represents any kind of real change or common sense.

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    1. Ross

      What a fatalistic attitude to life.Do you think that the likes of Thomas Jefferson or JFK would even entertain such a loser attitude?I’m hoping Lancelot that you are just trying to goad people into action,since such a defeatest attitude does not reflect the tenacity and sense of fair play that created the US Constitution.This is not an attitude worthy of exaltation in the presence of such a great US history.

      Nothing worthwhile comes with ease and that is why the Fed has now been caught with it’s pants down.Monetary Porn!They are going down under the power of their own flawed sword.

      It may take 10 or 20 yrs to get rid of the Fed,but at least your children and grandchildren will have chance at a better life.

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      1. Lancelot

        You’re right i may have had to much of a negative attitude. In times like these i feel like if it doesn’t happen now, it will never happen. People should know though that this bill is going to be chopped up and watered down before it gets through and if that happens then the public will never know why the fed is evil and that ten or twenty years is going to be a lot more.

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        1. Ross

          There is no way that Ron Paul will allow any watering down of his bill.Ron has had this in his sights for almost 40 yrs and no amount of money at this stage in life will corrupt him.He has a passion to see it through.

          Alan Grayson of the Democrats is also a highly principled person.There are many more out there who realise that this time in US history is a moment of truth and opportunity for positive change not seen for 100yrs.

          Real wealth exists in your people,and when you subjugate the pop through debt slavery and currency depreciation,you destroy the nation.The Federal Reserve is an obmination whose sole aim is power at all costs.Either the Fed goes or the US people will suffer increasing poverty and loss of liberty.

          Fed on the reserves of our humanity,they know no depths of depravity.

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  4. Ross

    Don’t let them off the hook!They[The Fed] are talking up the economy at the moment and are freeing up liquidity in the hope of escaping.Now is the time to apply even more pressure.

    Get that Alan Grayson pumping,since he is the only person who make Ben Bernanke squirm in his chair.It was a delight to watch!

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  5. longshotlouie

    Get Your Vote On !!

    http://www.strawpoll2012.com/

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  6. longshotlouie

    For those that missed Dr. Paul on AJ’s show today:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pm9UsL2hCKo&feature=player_embedded

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  7. Nate Y

    Sweetness. Here’s hoping we get over 290 in the House and over 50 in the Senate.

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    1. Harry  Oliveto

      We need 350 in the House and 80 in the Senate.

      The Tsunami is under way…..!!

      Harry

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  8. longshotlouie

    July 29 (Bloomberg) — The financial-overhaul plan before Congress leaves the Federal Reserve in the business of lending to everyone from General Electric Co. to investors in student loans. That makes it harder for Chairman Ben S. Bernanke to keep Congress from second-guessing what he does.
    http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601068&sid=atdHeCJ1_K0U

    Are you listening, B. S. Bernanke?

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