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Old 10-01-2011, 09:45 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
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Old 10-01-2011, 10:26 AM
 
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I have watched Bill Still youtubes regarding the federal reserve. Still learning, but it appears immoral to print more and more money for the federal government to borrow and the repay the banksters with interest.
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Old 10-01-2011, 10:55 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
This isn't really accurate. It was a letter from four Republican leaders (not "the Congress and Senate") which implies political motivation not bipartisan action by the legislative branches.

The Federal Reserve is supposed to be independent of government and political influence, so the global criminal kind of has a point.
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Old 10-02-2011, 11:04 AM
 
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This isn't really accurate. It was a letter from four Republican leaders (not "the Congress and Senate") which implies political motivation not bipartisan action by the legislative branches.

The Federal Reserve is supposed to be independent of government and political influence, so the global criminal kind of has a point.
THe problem is that the FED bank chairmen (all 8) have an out of balance influence on our politicians. He who is Goldman makes the rules.

Goldman has infiltrated all levels of Gov't. So have the other FED members.

The oversight is no more than a Dog and Pony show. Other than Ron Paul's courage to end the FED, and it's incestuous relationship with the banking committee.

Notice the big push on Herman Cain? It's the media trying not to look like they pick the top tier.... Well Herman Cain was a FED chairman of the Kansas FED bank.

It's all a ruse to silence Paul. Who wants the FED to go away. The money changers rule our system... not the sheeple that have no real choice in candidates.
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Old 10-02-2011, 01:14 PM
 
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Notice the big push on Herman Cain? It's the media trying not to look like they pick the top tier.... Well Herman Cain was a FED chairman of the Kansas FED bank.
If by "big push" you are referring to the sudden increase in media coverage of Herman Cain it has nothing to do with your media conspiracy theories, it happened after he was the surprise victor in the Florida straw poll. Before that he didn't get much attention at all, it was Bachman/Perry/Romney with the lion's share.
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Old 10-02-2011, 01:15 PM
 
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It's all a ruse to silence Paul.
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.

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not the sheeple that have no real choice in candidates.
"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.
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Old 10-02-2011, 02:04 PM
 
Location: Fort Payne Alabama
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One thing folks are forgetting, by "Quantitative Easing" the value of our dollar tends to go downward actually making the US more competitive in the world markets. I'm sure one of the hopes is by this process bring jobs back to our country where suddenly it becomes more advantagous to make stuff here both due to lower labor costs and higher transportation costs.
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Old 10-02-2011, 02:15 PM
 
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One thing folks are forgetting, by "Quantitative Easing" the value of our dollar tends to go downward actually making the US more competitive in the world markets. I'm sure one of the hopes is by this process bring jobs back to our country where suddenly it becomes more advantagous to make stuff here both due to lower labor costs and higher transportation costs.
true. lower dollar means lower relative labor cost and higher fuel cost. i hope that if the dollar is devalued more, we wont be able to afford imports
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Old 10-02-2011, 02:46 PM
 
Location: Fort Payne Alabama
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true. lower dollar means lower relative labor cost and higher fuel cost. i hope that if the dollar is devalued more, we wont be able to afford imports
That is true but after our "leaders" gave away our country in all those so called free trade agreements, a cheaper dollar is about the only alternative.
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Old 10-02-2011, 04:06 PM
 
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That is true but after our "leaders" gave away our country in all those so called free trade agreements, a cheaper dollar is about the only alternative.
free trade makes sense if all countries have the same labor and environmental laws. i believe there should be a standard and a tariff for those who ignore that. otherwise we will sink to the lowest level as bad practices are rewarded.
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