Ron Paul’s State of the Republic Address




In his 2010 State of the Republic address, Ron Paul outlined the following 8 point plan for a transition to a free society:

  • Balance the budget by reducing spending
  • Change our foreign policy to that of non-intervention
  • A full audit and more supervision of the Federal Reserve leading to abolishing the Federal Reserve
  • Legalize competition to the Federal Reserve with competing currencies
  • Regain respect for civil liberties and privacy while reigning in the CIA
  • Wean ourselves off the dependence of wealth transfers by government
  • Abolish crony capitalism: no subsidies, no bailouts, no regulatory or tax privileges to protect the powerful elite, especially the military-industrial complex
  • Eliminate the income tax, inheritance tax and taxes on savings and dividends.

Transcript

Date: 01/21/2010

As we start the new year 2010, the establishment politicians, economists and Wall Street are trying to convince themselves that we have turned the corner and economic growth has once again begun. The predictions that conditions are getting back to normal come from those who never saw the crisis coming and don’t have the vaguest notion what caused it. Some of them concede that it could be a jobless recovery. That will establish a new definition for a recovery.

Official unemployment is at 10% but even the government knows that if everyone is counted, including those individuals that are too discouraged to even be looking for work, the unemployment rate is 17%. Free-market economists claim the actual unemployment rate is closer to 22%.

There’s reason to believe that the correction has just barely started and has a long way to run. If the financial bubble came from excess credit created by the Federal Reserve, doubling the money supply can hardly be a solution. It wouldn’t make much sense for a doctor taking care of a very sick patient from severe infection to deliberately give the patient another infection. Yet that’s what the PhD doctors are doing to our very sick economy. It can’t work. It will make the economy much sicker. If our leaders don’t wake up soon, the economy will be brought to its knees. Great danger lies ahead.

In foreign policy, it’s always crucial that the motives of those who would do us harm are understood. Denial of the truth and accepting more politically palatable excuses will guarantee that threats to our safety will continue as we pursue a seriously flawed involvement overseas.

It’s the same in economic policy. If there’s denial or ignorance of the real cause of financial bubbles and the inevitable corrections that must follow, the economy cannot be reenergized.

We should have learned the lesson from the Depression of the 1930s that it was a predictable result from the Federal Reserve’s orchestrated excesses of the 1920s. Instead, the new-born Keynesian economists who took charge made certain that the correction would not be a one or two year affair as were the previous corrections in our history. The aggressive intervention by Hoover and Roosevelt, the Republicans and the Democrats, turned a short recession into the Great Depression, which lasted until the end of World War II.

The real tragedy was that the interpretation of the 1930s institutionalized bad economic theories. Unfortunately, and erroneously, the Depression was blamed on the gold standard, free markets and a lack of regulations. Though monetary policy was analyzed, its importance was 100% misinterpreted. The low interest rates and excess credit of the 1920s, driven by Federal Reserve policy, was not considered a factor in producing the stock market bubble and the malinvestment.

Instead, the 1930s analysts and even later analysis by Milton Friedman and the monetarists, along with academic scholars like Bernanke, came to an opposite conclusion: the Fed was at fault, but only because it was too tight, arguing that massive monetary inflation was the only answer to the slumping economy.

And now we are witnessing a grand experiment by the very person who for years claimed special knowledge regarding the Depression. Chairman Bernanke is in the midst of trying to solve the problem of massive monetary inflation and excessively low interest rates instituted by his predecessor, Alan Greenspan, by implementing even more inflation at historic rates.

The sad part is the answer to his very risky experiment with the wealth of our country and the health of our economy will take years to analyze. The conclusions will be just as flawed as they were in the aftermath of the Great Depression by an intellectual and political community that had totally rejected commodity money and the principle of free markets with the current understanding in Washington.

One hope, though, is that free-market thinking and Austrian economic theories will have greater influence in the next decade or two, since their influence is now on a dramatic upswing. But there are a lot of hurdles to overcome.

In the 1930s, in an effort to find the true cause of the crisis, Congress ordered an official investigation. It became known as the Pecora Investigation named after Ferdinand Pecora, the aggressive chief council of the hearings. It received a lot of public attention and brought about many major changes but, tragically, every conclusion made and new policies implemented caused the depression to worsen and legitimized bad economic theories that continue to haunt us to this day.

The Federal Reserve was not blamed except for not printing enough money fast enough. Artificially low interest rates and malinvestment, the main source of the grossly distorted economy and the bubble of the 1920s, were exonerated. Not enough regulations were blamed, thus the Glass-Steagall Act and the Securities Act of 1933 were passed and deepened the depression. Separating commercial and investment banking and the newly created SEC were to have solved all future problems-as long as the Fed was free from any restraint in its money creation, operations which were to serve big-government spenders and members of the banking cartel.

Since the flaws in the monetary and economic system were not corrected but made worse after the Depression, it was to be expected that periodic booms and busts would persist. The longer these cycles could be papered over with new money and credit, the greater would be the distortions and debt that would one day have to undergo a major correction.

[That correction is now in its early stages. Since the dollar was the reserve currency of the world and totally fiat since 1971, without any linkage to gold, the financial bubble became worldwide. This bubble that burst in 2008 was the largest in history. During the formation of the bubble, the U.S. as the issuer of the world currency received undeserved benefits. We essentially became the counterfeiter of the world and no one called us on it. Even today, the trust in the dollar that persists has buffeted the pain of the correction for us. This unique setup was a prime cause for our balance of payment deficits and] the huge foreign debt we owe-the largest in the history of the world.

The discord in the world financial system is telling us that it’s time for us to pay for our profligate spending and massive foreign indebtedness. We have lived, as a nation, far beyond our means and the message is, for the foreseeable future, that we will be forced to live beneath our means as this debt is paid.

The inflation optimists are excited about current signs of economic growth and have even announced the end of the recession. It is conceivable that a reprieve can be achieved and the penalty that our economy must endure delayed. A reprieve must not be confused with a pardon; one is a temporary delay, the other an exemption. The payback for our excesses is certain to come.

Massively increasing debt and monetary inflation can slow the crash and change some government statistics encouraging the optimists. But real job growth and a return of prosperity will remain elusive. The odds of us once again becoming an exporter of manufactured goods, like steel, cars, and textiles, are remote.

Ironically, a reprieve may well restore some confidence and motivate some spending and investment. But instead of restoring long-term growth, it may well act perversely by precipitating price inflation and higher interest rates. Since today’s interest rates are artificially set, much of our investing is unproductively misdirected.

Current enthusiasm in the stock market is once again a reflection of the message that low interest rates send. Thus too, the government’s stimulus package has helped to sustain the bond bubble, which in time must be deflated in order to get back to sound economic growth.

All of this activity poses a threat to the dollar.Governments are very powerful, and when in partnership with the monetary authorities that can inflate the currency at will, big government thrives. Welfare demands and senseless wars can be financed for long periods of time through inflation, as long as trust in the currency lasts.

Trust, though ultimately controlled by facts, can be misleading, since currency values can gain benefit from a country that has a strong military and wealth and a reasonably healthy economy. Eventually, markets and reality overwhelm, and illusions about a currency’s worth become a reality.

Today, reality is setting in and the first of three major events has begun. The worldwide financial system, built on a foundation of paper, has received the shock waves of an impending collapse.

The wild speculation and the derivatives market, the stock market bubble, the insurmountable debt – public and private – and the massive malinvestments have been shattered.

The only solution so far offered worldwide, but led by the United States, has been to “print money” faster, keep interest rates low at practically zero percent, and remove all stops for controlling deficits. These are the very policies that caused the disequilibrium, and doing more of the same, but only faster, can hardly help our economy.

The addiction to easy credit and deficit defies a wise political solution. Politicians are incapable of delivering the message of frugality, common sense, and sound money.

We can expect that the course we are on to continue and accelerate, since the first event, the collapse of the financial system, is still in its early stage.

The housing crisis is far from over; the commercial property crisis has not yet gotten much attention, and the financial obligations of the government are growing exponentially. And none of this forces the slightest pause in the expanding of welfare growth. The number of regulations, which are indeed a tax, are exploding though the market was already suffering from regulatory excesses. There’s a consensus in Washington that “wise” regulations can compensate for all the mistakes made by the Federal Reserve, the Executive Branch, and the Congress. This fallacy has been around a long time and will be difficult to overcome.

The pessimism of the middle class continues to get worse despite the prognostications of Wall Street and the Administration. Most Americans know that the standard of living and real wages have not gone up for the past 10 years. If you’re not a shrewd stock trader and instead invested in stocks 10 years ago and held on, in real terms you have lost 20% of your savings.

The middle class is poorer also because house prices have crashed and many have lost their homes. On top of this, all we hear about is the trillions of dollars of debt and entitlement obligations that have been racked up for future taxpayers to pay.

When it is revealed that the insider friends of the Fed and Congress get billions of dollars in bailout at the expense of the middle class, it’s no wonder the people are taking to the streets and directing their hostilities toward both Republicans and Democrats in Washington. Many would agree it’s well-earned anger and properly directed.

This anger and frustration will certainly grow as the consequences of the collapse of the financial system become more severe. The concerted effort to prevent the correction the market demands, guarantees a prolonged agonizing crisis. Every effort to reverse the tide will depend on spending, higher deficits, increased taxes and money creation. This effort is now providing another grand bubble: the dollar/bond bubble.

The next event will be a dollar crisis. A full-blown dollar crisis will be much worse than our current financial crisis. The extent of a dollar crisis depends on whether or not the Washington politicians wake up and change their ways – a dubious hope.

More likely, the insanity will continue until some not yet known event will undermine the confidence in the dollar worldwide. Signs of less desire by foreigners to hold our dollars are already present. I’m certain our Treasury and Federal Reserve are pulling out all stops to prevent a massive run on the dollar.

At present the orderly retreat from the dollar is working. But it won’t last.

China is quite active in investing in natural resources around the world, and including in Iran. While we live in the dark ages and believe only our military presence and military threats can protect our access to oil, China is actually spending some of their savings investing in their future access to energy and other precious metals and minerals.

But the orderly retreat from the dollar won’t last forever. Since 1973, shortly after the breakdown of the Bretton Woods Agreement, the dollar has lost 32% of its value against a Federal Reserve basket of currencies. But that doesn’t tell the real story, since that is a measurement against all other currencies, and they are fiat currencies as well. This gave the dollar an artificial benefit from its position of power in great wealth and military prowess. The dollar in relationship to gold, however, is down 97% since 1971, and 82% as measured by the CPI. The dollar, mismanaged by the Fed, has not been a benefit to the savers who sought to responsibly take care of themselves. They’ve been cheated by a rotten system and are just beginning to understand exactly how the Federal Reserve has been responsible for the swindle.

It’s impossible to predict the time when confidence will be lost, but it can come quickly. Resorting to buying other paper currencies will not be of much help. When the dollar crashes, most likely the purchasing power of all currencies – since all countries hold dollars as a reserve – will go down as well.

This means that dollars and other currencies will go into buying consumer items, precious metals and other physical properties. Consumer prices will soar, as well as interest rates. The central bank will lose control; and the more they inflate, the worse the confidence becomes. The interest rates will respond to these efforts by rising sharply.

If the Fed tries to reverse the run on the dollar, interest rates will also soar, and the pain on the American citizens will be of such proportion that political chaos will result. Either scenario leads to political and social chaos – the third event, and the most dangerous.

With no ability of the federal government to fund its commitments, international or domestic, major changes will occur in our system. The social unrest will elicit cries for government to exert unusual force to head off a complete breakdown of law and order. The ultimate trap will be set for a system of government claiming to protect a free society.

If more power and police authority are not given to the federal government, it will be argued that only anarchy will result. If more government policing power is given, it will mean a lethal threat to civil liberties. Already we have permitted the notion that a single person, the Attorney General or the President, can decide who is an “enemy combatant”, thus denying that individual the right to habeas corpus, permitting indefinite detentions without charges made. This attitude toward civil liberties has changed significantly since the fear built around 9/11.

Yes, I know, declaring one an “enemy combatant” is reserved only for the radical Muslims engaged in terrorism against the United States. To be reassured by this reasoning is quite dangerous and naïve. Logic should not lead us to equate suspects with terrorists, and include American citizens, and yet this has already been set by precedent. Under difficult circumstances, our political leaders will not be hesitant to use these powers to maintain order. Tragically, the people may even demand it.

We are rapidly moving toward a dangerous time in our history. Society as we know it is vulnerable to political and social unrest.

This impending crisis comes as a consequence of our flawed foreign and domestic economic policies, a silly notion about money, ignorance about Central Banking, and ignoring the onerous power and mischief of out-of-control intelligence agencies, our unsustainable welfare state, and a willingness to sacrifice privacy and civil liberties in an attempt to achieve safety and security from an inept government. Dangerous times indeed!

What can be done about it? Must we wait for the inevitable and expect to restore our liberties in a street fight against the overwhelming power of the state? Not a good option!

The only way that we can prevent blood from running in the streets is to offer a better idea of the proper role of government in a society that desires first and foremost liberty.

And that is impossible without a firm commitment by our thought leaders to the ideas of freedom, the source of all creative energy and prosperity. An all-powerful state is the threat to that ideal.

The prevailing attitude of the people, as it once was in early America, must be that of liberty and self reliance, rather than the nanny state and dependency, relying on government force to mold all private choices.

If this is understood, a smooth, although not painless, transition to a free society is achievable. Ignoring this option will be very destructive to everything that is dear to the hearts of most Americans.

What is it that we must do? We must immediately embark on:

  • Balance the budget by reducing spending
  • Change our foreign policy to that of non-intervention
  • A full audit and more supervision of the Federal Reserve leading to abolishing the Federal Reserve
  • Legalize competition to the Federal Reserve with competing currencies
  • Regain respect for civil liberties and privacy while reigning in the CIA
  • Wean ourselves off the dependence of wealth transfers by government
  • Abolish crony capitalism: no subsidies, no bailouts, no regulatory or tax privileges to protect the powerful elite, especially the military-industrial complex
  • Eliminate the income tax, inheritance tax and taxes on savings and dividends.

None of this can happen without the restoration of Congress to its dominant position of the three branches of government as was originally intended by the Constitution. The Executive and Judicial must be reined in, and Congress must assert its prerogatives over all legislation curtailing all unconstitutional agendae through budgetary controls.

Signs abound that angry Americans are now more ready than ever before for a change in direction that is indeed real. If this program were improvised, even suddenly and dramatically, the adjustment, though significant and to a degree somewhat painful, would be much shorter and of minor consequence compared to the chaos and poverty that will result if we refuse to change our gluttonous appetite for a free lunch.



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  8. That is misinformation Austrian economics have been buying out city roads and towns through out all of the United States.

    YouTube channel warsun99

    This is because farmers have gone bankrupt and have reported these issues about there land being sold off to Austrian economics.

    These things happened in city hall for over 2 years. We all complained about there actions claiming they cant own our land. But the government law have been rewritten to make it legal!

    Thats our problems. Haven’t you been outside looking at all the building up for sale? Everything is shut down and sold. We dont own that stuff anymore. Stuff on our land.

    And we cant stop Obama. You cant get near him to stop him. Hes beefing up security. Adding more guards. Seriously you people need to go to my web site or check out Hyperinflation on YouTube. You need to be informed.

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  9. I see you’re still rattling off your nonsense. We haven’t had Austrian economics in this country. But we certainly need it at present. Hamilton’s so-called “American System” is just the British system with a few changes and a different name.

    Make your way to a LaRouche website/forum. There you can chant “We just need the right Philospher Kings in the positions of power! We need the government to force people to order their lives in a particular manner.” The arrogance and hubris is amazing.

    I swear, it’s as if you haven’t even heard of spontaneous order. But it exists all around you and it’s beautiful. A central planner wasn’t needed to order the universe, a central planner wasn’t needed to structure the mind, and a central planner(s) isn’t needed to organize the economy. In fact, they’re not even wanted. Because their actions will only screw things up. Central economic planning doesn’t work.

    We need to find our way back to freedom.

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  10. If you look at history of America, it is the intervention of in America that is the corrupting influence of the American Economy. This has been the design and intent of the British Empire since the Revolutionary War.

    The 1st and 2nd National Banks were a huge bulwark AGAINST the British Empire. Do not believe the Revisionist “history” about Alexander Hamilton. Hamilton is the “father” of the American system of economy…which proscribes a National Bank dedicated to the development of the Nation’s infrastructure for commerce, agriculture and manufacturing.

    The War of 1812 was the British opportunity to defeat America after Madison let the 1st National Bank charter expire. Before Madison left office in 1815, congress re-chartered the National Bank and America flourished once again particularly under JQ Adams who was a “Hamiltonian”.

    I won’t go into all the history, but Lincoln was a Hamiltonian as was Garfield and McKinley. But with the assasination of McKinley this gave rise to the Progressives who were essential “British Sympatherizers” and saw the American-British Domination of the world. Woodrow Wilson gave us INCOME TAX and the corrupt FED, which was NOT a real National Bank, but was above the control of congress, except if the dissolved it completely.

    FDR was a Hamiltonian and JFK was cut in the cloth of FDR. These were the ONLY two good presidents we’ve had. The rest were ineffective and at worst (Like Bush W and Obama) totally corrupt.

    Ron Paul has a lot of it right…except for the economics. Austrian Economics is FREE-TRADE…and that is the problem we have NOW.

    The problem is solved with a correct “Glass-Steagall” protected commerical banking system that issues “Credit” to business, primaily for INFRASTRUCTURE development. In the 19th century it was river commerce (canals) and railroads. Today we need “High-Speed Mag rail”, Water desalination, dams, water reclamation for agriculture (in the West, the greening of deserts), and MOST OF ALL….NUCLEAR POWER….FISSION and FUSION.

    When a government provides credit for this kind of infrastructure development with the purpose of creating a strong “machine” tool industry…we can then make and build anything we need. This kind of power supports the population of America and in the world.

    We also need Science Driver Missions to provide “scientific breath-through” which then creates the opportunity for technology development. JFK’s MOON MISSION provided such advancement. We need such a national mission today with a return to the Moon and ultimately Mars colonization in the next 50-100 years. The Moon has and abundance of Helium 3 isotope (provided by the sun) and is the perfect fuel for Fusion reactors. A Fusion Rocket can travel and constant acceleration up to 1 G to Mars in 3 days.
    Science Driver missions create “earth technologies” that we have not even thought of.

    So, do not dismiss Government as the problem…it only governments that can organize (in the right way) to fulfill the American Economic system was is hope of mankind.

    Ron Paul…should dump Austrian Economics…AND READ ABOUT AMERICAN ECONOMICS of Alexander Hamilton. That is what Washington,
    Madison, JQ Adams, Lincoln, Garfield, McKinley, FDR, and JFK….AMERICAN PRESIDENT all had in common. They understood the principles of the American system of Credit vs the British Monetary “Empire” (which if allow to continue will lead to the destruction of the world.)

    China, India, and Russia and in Asia already get this and are moving in that direction. America is stymied because of Obama.
    We need to get rid of Obama and move in the right direction.

    Joseph Giallombardo

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  11. I’ve been trying to find a way to contact Ron for quite a while now. Just go to my webpage on Youtube. Warsun99. check out the videos in my Favorites on government.

    It explains everything. I recommend changing our present currency to something else immediately. Get some money from Fort Knocks if you can. Then head back down here to Texas and start printing some money up. We have plates. It shouldn’t be a problem.

    If not we can use some other countries currency. i recommend Japans. We make a lot of purchases there.

    We will have to disband Texas from the United States. There laws are a plot to put all Americans in to slavery. Just like that idea of No other health care other than government controlled HC.

    Its all a plot. Tell our allies in congress to disband there states. We need to start up our small business and farms. The roads of our farms were blocked off by Highways.

    This was ordered by our city council by way of bribery and payments coming directly from Government officials. Take a Flight around the Texas states. You will see roads to towns closed off.

    All complaints to City council have failed. Because they are on a payroll. Our cops and some military personnel here in Texas work directly under the president. committing random searched Putting illegal bugs in our homes,and gathering information for the private military Obama is arranging.

    The illegal Immigrants are part of this plan too. Trying to get us grouped together with them. While businesses higher Illegal Aliens they keep the rest of us out of jobs. These aren’t small businesses these are large corporations.

    Haven’t you noticed how many buildings are being claimed to be owned by Fanny May and other Homes and offices. They were forced out of business. Not by just paperwork alone.

    You need to take control of there ownership. Remove all city councilmen and do a full removal of the police officers with replacement of Texas Rangers or other Law enforcement.

    Any police officer who does NOT wish to be filled is a 100% Criminal! I can assure you!. Asking for ID every few seconds. Wanting to know who you are. Moving or trying to block camera activity for a law enforcement officer is PROOF of a threat!

    The illegal Immigrants from Mexico MUST GO! Why else would they want to set up a law where the protection of our borders is weak?

    They want them to get in.

    They must be stopped. We have to build a school every day of the year to accommodate for the total number of Anchor Babies and Illegal Immigrant children and students that come in this country let alone this state.

    They are flooding in to our school systems only to be taught how to hate Americans.Our school children are not learning a thing. NOTHING. Ask any of them the history of the Alamo. This is a plot!

    For every 10-60 million Illegal immigrant,Anchor Babbie, and preteen pregnant by one. There are that many jobs lost.

    You remove 60 million illegal immigrants from Texas that’s 60 million jobs available. For every 30 million Illegal Aliens in schools that’s 30 million schools with chairs for American citizens to sit in and get a education.

    Being attached to the rest of the USA is NOT WORKING! Detach our selves from there. But first set up some plains of actions. Have stores only use the new currency. Block off ih35 and put up a inspection road and security booth. inspect the transports there. You will find drugs being shipped through our state.

    Get involved with our farmers. We will need food. Make sure All oil shipments and transports are stated by new Texas law. So the US cannot block our transports. Thou we can make our own oil.

    Ship the new dollars in banks not affiliated to Bank of America. There is no such thing as a bank buying out healthier banks. That’s a load! Consumer needs will need to be addressed. We need College students in the work place.

    We need them to blacken our skies with Industry! We need to be producing. Furniture, Metals, nails, Boots, Flat Screen TVs,Fertilizer, Farm Equipment, Businesses, Restaurants, Military Armaments. Without being part of the USA.We need to manufacture Armor piercing weaponry.

    You may say we have a treaty not to make such things. Yet our military is presently USING THEM. You need to be prepared for this. More information is on my favorites. There a few hours long. So try to make time to see all of them. it could take all day.

    They will be trying to shut down our Internet soon. Already there setting it up to be the Internet. one internet like North Korea. That happened on new years when we had a sudden power outage but internet went out too. Which was not possible. there 2 separate connections.

    Good luck and thanks for your time.

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  12. Ron Paul has the solutions but not enough are listening.Greed is not good when it threatens the very foundations of your society.

    The basis of any economy is education,innovation,respect for fellow man,reward for effort,freedom of thought and the light of inspiration for not only better material well being,but having the time for personal introspection instead of the treadmill of pure survival,that services the egos of a corrupt elite.

    The time for real change is now and we should not let a good GFC go to waste on a few egocentric nutters that have lost all grasp on reality.

    It is all unravelling for them from Copenhagen,climategate,carbon taxes,911 revelations,the China and Russian economic alliance and the power of untainted knowledge from the internet.

    The struggle is far from over and we must all maintain our resolve.

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  13. dear Sir,
    im a malaysian who love peace and share the same thoughts of yours. please do share some of your thoughts to our ex-prime minister Dr. Mahathir Mohamad,malaysian prime minister from 1981-2003.

    Thank you Dr Ron Paul from the people of Malaysia.

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  14. I am very upset that the senate would vote to have Ben Bernanke be confirm as the chair of the federal reserve! 70-30 was the vote! Which means more bailouts! Ron Paul in 2012 for sure!

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  15. ok, here is the deal… the system is broke…we are far beyond busted… it will all collapse…it is on the way down now… it is all over…that is the truth,

    We have passed the point of no return…we will default or we will inflate…but we can never repay…there is not enough wealth in the entire world.

    All of the major banks we bailed out have a notional derivative leveraged debt that is 20x our current GDP…

    that means if you took all that’s 100% the money and all the wealth for 20 years … you can only pay the debt of the major banks… some 420 trillion.

    The ROW its some where north of 1.4 Quadrillion …they (we) have surpassed the mathematical limit…it can not be repaid in 1,000 years…of current revenues…we are on a race to the bottom…of the cliff

    This system is finished…math and reality …hard subjects and harsh teachers…the old system is finished …the wolf is at the door…its time to plan for a new system period…

    time for a new one but this time …

    stay on track, stay with our constitution, stay with freedom, choose liberty over greed… be an example to be emulated…not an invader to be castrated.

    Choose gold the standard, choose free markets, choose independence, choose smaller gov systems…one last comment it is time to plan now, not after the inevitable collapse.

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  16. That should be “reining in the CIA..” not “reigning in the CIA…” Homonyms that have different meanings.

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