16 responses to “Ron Paul on MSNBC: End the Fed!”

  1. Caridad

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  2. Jack

    The collapse of the US $ has begun with many dumping it.Ron Paul and many others predicted this when the Fed started printing money 12mths ago.This is where Congress must remain resolute since the pressure will now be on for the Amero that joins the economies of Canada,USA and Mexico.If the Amero is owned by the Fed ,then it will be the same old story in the long term of devaluing currency and assets,labor etc by creating inflation.

    Each yr new money must be created to equal the increases in pop growth and productivity.Private banks should not own this new wealth by virtue of creating money.It belongs to the individuals who created it.

    Any new currency should be backed by something of substance,be it gold,land or even infrastructure owned by the US Govt.It is time to think outside the square and see that money only is a representation of potential wealth and has no intrinsic value.

    This is where the Fed has really come unstuck,since they will have trashed real wealth in the US economy and their shares,monopoly money etc,will depreciate drastically.

    Probably the Yuan will become the reserve currency for a while and the balance of power economically will switch to China.

    The people who caused this whole debacle were not very smart and do not deserve to be in charge of the US economy.They did not perform their single most important,prime function,ie the measured and responsible of money.

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    1. Jack

      Nota Bene.It should say above, “The Fed did not forfill their charter,their most important prime function,ie the measured and responsible supply of money.”

      If any small/medium business in the USA fails to perform,it is subject to the market forces that determine it’s survival.Why is the Fed and it’s apparatchicks the exception?

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    2. David B Daniels of Boston

      Interesting post…thanks!

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  3. james robinson

    That’s what I was going to say. I use to watch Bill Maher alot. I finaly realized there is no substantive debate on that show anymore. Almost all his quests agree with each other so it has detrioated into a show where everyone just pats each other on the back for being “enlightened” and everyone else is just a fool. The best part is that their all Obama socialist/facists who equate welfarism with morality. Without realizing the pragmatism of true libertarian values doesn’t even outweigh the true moral authority it stems from.A lack of theft/force which leads to the most fair distribution of wealth on an imperfect planet. When Huffington is scared to debate a “conservative” (in the Thomas Jefferson/Robert Taft mold) because she secretly doesn’t want to lose the intellectual debate on moral grounds, I would say the intellectual debate is finally starting to tip in our direction.

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    1. David Bernard Daniels

      Bill Maher is a partiularly idiotic and foolish phony liberal and I watch him sometimes purely for entertainment. By entertainment I mean mockery. I laugh contemptuously *at* this man.

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    2. David B Daniels of Boston

      God do I despise Bill Maher. You Sir, are dead on, straight up, correct.

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      1. james robinson

        I’m glad that it’s not only my buttons he pushes hahaha.

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  4. Lancelot

    I have been a paultard for over a year now, and i have seen every media appearance he has done and in each appearance there has been hostility and constant attacks,being laughed at and taken as crazy person. There are few words to say about this interview, phenomenal is one and for once Ron Paul was not degraded but respected im glad to see this man finally get what he deserves.

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  5. Hacobo

    I could not believe this interview was on network television and it did not involve any debating congressman Ron Paul. One can sense the truth when it is spoken, can we not? I am upset with myself for not knowing to write him in for president on the balot for the last election.

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    1. David Bernard Daniels

      Well said!

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  6. Donovan

    It’s great to see Ron Paul getting the media attention he deserves. I’m new to Ron Paul (within the last couple of months), but have always been a libertarian.

    It’s time for those who want a solid foundation for our future to spread the word and take ACTION. I think the first thing would be to contact our senators and congressman to sponsor the audit the Federal Reserve bill.

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    1. David Bernard Daniels

      Yes, and all supporters of Ron Paul should do so immediately!

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  7. ThomasPaineReturns.Net

    All of the band-aid measures will fail. The problem is the Federal Reserve, which concept is founded upon debt-based currency and fraud. It must be closed down or it will continue to suck the resources of the U.S. with its currency management contract.

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    The Federal Reserve is a cancer that has nearly killed the entire world economy. That cancer must be surgically removed from the world’s economy, or it will soon kill the patient. There is no other viable alternative at this late stage.

    http://thomaspainereturns.net/posts/sdfr.html

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  8. thewayofmoney.com

    Yes. It’s very promising to see this kind of conversation. Ron Paul, you are a very great man. I hope that this book reaches the majority of people that post.

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  9. Ty

    You know people are beginning to come around when Arianna Huffington and Ron Paul are in agreement.

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