3 responses to “Ron Paul: A “Strong” Dollar? The Real Policy is Constant Devaluation”

  1. Jon

    I don't agree that getting control over Gold is somehow going to stop the ever devaluing dollar. What we really need is a money that has no tie to Gold or Land or Debt. We need money that has value declared by LAW... and in that case we should trust our Congress because the democratic process is most trustable thing we have. Leaving money in the hands of private bankers, backing money by debt, and having markets based on interest , is all evil evil evil, and most importantly, not necessary for a money system to work efficiently.

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    1. Nate Y

      "We need money that has value declared by LAW"

      This is almost the exact definition of fiat money. Fiat money is exactly what we have right now and is a prime source of our economic woes.

      You honestly think the democratic process (mob rule) is the most trustable thing we have?

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  2. Jackson

    When are people going to realise that money just represents human potential? Destroy the spirit of liberty or free thinking and you destroy the creativity that enables wealth.

    Slavery of any kind,be it debt or literal, diminishes all our humanity,even the most seemingly all powerful on the planet.

    The power hungry economic pedophiles have shaped their own destinies, devoid of insight and compassion.The shame is that they will take many innocent productive people with them on the path to destruction.

    Pol Pot a USA backed dictator killed 1 million Cambodians and 2 million more died as a result of disease and starvation.He targeted the middle class intelligencia and thus to this day,Cambodia remains ignorant and poor.

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