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Old 10-02-2011, 05:20 PM
 
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Why is there such a high correlation between Ron Paul supporters and conspiracy theories? It couldn't be that Herman Cain is suddenly getting more media attention from winning a straw poll that nobody thought he would win, nah it has to be a media conspiracy to keep your hero down so the Fed can live on.


"Sheeple" yet another surprising reference. Never would have guessed you'd be comfortable throwing that term around at anyone who doesn't agree with your political leanings and conspiracy theories.
This primary season has shown me more than any other, the complete bias of all the major media circles. Who they are willing to crown as TOP TIER and who they give air time too. As soon as they believe Paul to be marginalized then CAin will be back in his box. Unless no one greater that supports the FED gets in the ring.

The FED will not allow someone in office that doesn't support them.

They are able to manipulate to get candidates that support their monopoly on our politics and money system.
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Old 10-02-2011, 08:02 PM
 
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As soon as they believe Paul to be marginalized then CAin will be back in his box.
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The FED will not allow someone in office that doesn't support them.

They are able to manipulate to get candidates that support their monopoly on our politics and money system.
Yup, the media interest in Cain happening after he won the FL straw poll is far too logical a conclusion, it has to be a big secret conspiracy of the Fed manipulating the election/media to keep your hero down. The media having little interest in Ron Paul has absolutely nothing to do with him demonstrating every four years that he's an unelectable fringe candidate who can't even pull 5% in a primary, it is just the conspiracy.
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Old 10-02-2011, 10:46 PM
 
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Well they the narcissist central bankers better get used to it. Plunging most of the world's economy into another great depression does make people very angry.
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Old 10-03-2011, 09:29 AM
 
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THese global criminals don't like their own medicine. This piece of work is a little upset that the Congress and Senate are telling the Fed to get their BS together and quit printing money... "Quantitative Easing" by fed speak....

I Call it the KY before the screw.

Fed guru of Dallas says that he doesn't like politicians telling him what to do....

Seeing as they are the ones that do the telling.

These greed mongers need to go away for good. Bring back the "GREENBACK"

Debt free dollars. Dump these financial warlocks and burn them at the stake.

Fed Bank President Criticizes Recent Republican Letter To Fed | Fox Business

Hi THese,

Oh I most certainly agree about the criticism of that position. The easing still has all intakes through the banking system. However I don't see the tea party calling for a deficit, nor a tax holiday which is the ONLY thing that would correct this whole mess.

They control all political structures. Its controlled opposition to create secret option number 3, and that is volatility. As Thomas Jefferson said, "first by inflation, then by deflation". The real solution is not even on the table.
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Old 10-03-2011, 10:19 AM
 
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Yup, the media interest in Cain happening after he won the FL straw poll is far too logical a conclusion, it has to be a big secret conspiracy of the Fed manipulating the election/media to keep your hero down. The media having little interest in Ron Paul has absolutely nothing to do with him demonstrating every four years that he's an unelectable fringe candidate who can't even pull 5% in a primary, it is just the conspiracy.
Paul is the only candidate that see's part of the solution is END the FED.

THat does make him a hero. It's the reason Lincoln was assassinated.

And if you don't realize that the media is the manipulation tool of the banking and finance industry... well, i can't help you... rest well little lamb.
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Old 10-03-2011, 11:02 AM
 
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And if you don't realize that the media is the manipulation tool of the banking and finance industry... well, i can't help you... rest well little lamb.
I will thanks, and you enjoy your crazy conspiracy theories about Ron Paul and Cain.
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Old 10-03-2011, 11:36 AM
 
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I will thanks, and you enjoy your crazy conspiracy theories about Ron Paul and Cain.
Conspiracy? You don't think people plan when it comes to money and power?

You think that our election system is not rigged? That the American people are not easily manipulated by the media?

why all those commercials out there vying for our minds?

Awful waste of corporate dollars...

Goldman Sachs should quit spending millions on their pet politicians.
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Old 10-03-2011, 01:00 PM
 
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Paul is the only candidate that see's part of the solution is END the FED.

THat does make him a hero. It's the reason Lincoln was assassinated.

And if you don't realize that the media is the manipulation tool of the banking and finance industry... well, i can't help you... rest well little lamb.

Hi modeerf,

He is for a gold standard. Its been a deflationary disaster every time resulting in the two major depressions. Its never going to work either since it will be a fractional reserve currency that is supposedly backed by gold. Are people really going to buy stuff on-line with gold coins? They can just lower the reserve requirements as usual. Lets not even discuss what happens when to the hinterlands when they use currencies that circulate in large regions. Regions stripped of all gold cannot operate local economies. Globally integrated, aka colonized and dependent, will need to export just to keep enough currency in circulation. That means one big banana farm and no local economy that is resilient to the sway of a few commodities. Again the real solution is not even on the table since all solutions are suggested by banksters. Ron Paul is just suggesting one of their previous scams.
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Old 10-03-2011, 02:17 PM
 
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Conspiracy? You don't think people plan when it comes to money and power?
Of course they do.

That doesn't mean the media suddenly taking interest in Cain after he a surprise first place in the FL straw poll is proof the Fed is behind some secret plot to keep Ron Paul down. That would be the crazy conspiracy theory that you are endorsing.
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Old 10-03-2011, 02:21 PM
 
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“To date, we have seen no evidence that further monetary stimulus will create jobs or provide a sustainable path towards economic recovery.”
FFS, boehner, we've been doing it for decades... you just now figuring this out, at the worst possible time ??
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