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Let’s Enjoy a Victory – even if Temporary – in the Fight against More Bloat at the International Monetary Fund

RickeyB Wrote: Mar 25, 2013 2:59 PM
I'm with you on this one, Jerome. I prefer the Fair Tax. There's a bill in the House (H.R. 22) with 63 co-sponsors and one in the Senate (S.114) that are just sitting there. There's something else we need too. It's the Monetary Reform Act proposed at the Money Masters web site. I urge everyone to go to http://www.themoneymasters.com and look it over. It converts the U.S. economy from a debt-based econonmy to a cash-based economy and pays off the national debt. That's a big claim but if you study it I think you will find that it is workable.

I’m not a fan of the International Monetary Fund. It galls me that a bunch of bureaucrats enjoy opulent lifestyles at our expense, and don’t even have to pay on their lavish incomes.

But I might be willing to overlook all that if it wasn’t for the fact that IMF routinely and reflexively pushes for bad policy.