65 responses to “Ron Paul Introduces Bill to Cancel America’s Fictitious $1.6 Trillion Debt to the Federal Reserve & Lower the Debt Limit by the Same Amount”

  1. OhioCommonSense

    I hope not to offend anyone (based on your age) with this statement, but am I the only one who thinks we need Ron Paul to point out all of the mistakes of the Baby Boomer generation. I mean on both sides of the isle too. On one hand, you have people wanting the government involved in just about everything. Then, on the other hand you have people who say they don’t, but go along with the passage of everything yet won’t pay for it. And, here we are. 15 Trillion Dollars in debt. And, an entire generation (holding control of power centers, wealth, and jobs) who so selfishly just bicker back and forth while they continue down the same path, never admitting any wrong doings.

    http://www.debt.us.org/debt/us-national-debt/ron-paul-best-suited-for-us-debt-crisis

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  2. david devore

    Let us not forget the Income Tax is equal to the interest payment on our debt to the Fed. By cancelling the debt and the indebtedness whether the bankers like it or not, would make the Income Tax unnecessary which Ron Paul repeatedly says. Obviously he’s right.

    Ron Paul for President !!!

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  3. David Devore

    The Fed is a foreign owned enemy of the American People and should be treated as such.

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