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The Emperor Has No Clothes

Nebulousone Wrote: May 06, 2013 6:25 AM
Romney had it right. Fully 50% of all the people I know are waiting for the monthly Uncle Sugar handout. They all feel they are OWED something. I personally know people who have ridden the Uncle Sugar free handout train for 40 years. Never employed. No education. Numerous kids they couldn't support. And ALWAYS supporting the liberal left and the continuing free ride.And ALL of them would not work even if a job was offered. The current system is completely broken. The freeloaders have found the keys to the cash register and robbed the country (me) of our freedoms.
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Conservatives For the Federal Reserve

Nebulousone Wrote: Mar 25, 2013 11:07 AM
I love it! I can always tell when I hit a nerve. The silence is usually quite pronounced. Its because if one has a set of beliefs that are built upon a false foundation and then finds that plain facts that are available to anyone renders their argument invalid, the usual result is silence. Then eventually a gradual return to their core beliefs, regardless of "facts". Its human nature.
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Conservatives For the Federal Reserve

Nebulousone Wrote: Mar 25, 2013 10:55 AM
U. S. Supreme Court, Craig v. Missouri, 4 Peters 410 "Emitting bills of credit, or the creation of money by private corporations, is what is expressly forbidden by Article 1, Section 10 of the U. S. Constitution". The entire PRIVATE commercial banking system that collects interest on money that it its self has created out of thin air is the biggest scam ever floated over the American people. Voted into law in 1913, the federal reserve board should be ABOLISHED as clearly in contradiction with the the expressed intent of the founding fathers. Studying their writings on the subject should make it clear why. Theirs' an old saying that says that if you want to find the rat in the wood pile, follow the money trail. true most of the time.
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Conservatives For the Federal Reserve

Nebulousone Wrote: Mar 25, 2013 10:11 AM
Article 1 of the U.S. Constitution says very clearly that " Congress shall have the power to coin money and regulate the value thereof." The Federal Reserve Act passed in 1913 completely removed Congress from its Constitutional DUTY to control our money and its subsequent value and created an illegal entity called the Federal Reserve Board, Most people don't realize this is a private corporation completely independent of U.S. citizens (Political) control and is in fact is operated and controlled by bankers. The word "Federal" was added to fool the people into thinking it (The Private Corporation) was affiliated with the U.S. Government. This CLEARLY unconstitutional abdication of Congress's DUTY is the cause of trillions of debt.
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