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Ron Paul Subcommittee Examines Proposals to Reform or Abolish Federal Reserve

May 9, 2012

While Ron Paul’s delegate strategy continues to play out with impact on Tampa unknown, Ron Paul himself held committee hearings in Congress on a handful of proposals to “reform or abolish” the Federal Reserve. This needs to become the issue in Ron Paul’s campaign– cutting off the supply to the parasite in the room that is the Federal Reserve. Raise questions that no one can ignore and hope to set brushfires enough to change things, as no confidence can be put in petty achievements like adding economic “pledges” about the Federal Reserve to the RNC platform, that will only be ignored later at the urging of Goldman Sachs and other super-clients.


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  1. May 11, 2012 3:14 pm

    I Received a Carbon Copy, Sen. Feinstein Today

    Sen. Feinstein would rather have self-proclaimed elitists, on the Federal Reserve Board of Governors to make secret decisions, that is, without transparency.

    She said, “I have some concerns that a more expansive audit, including a review of monetary policy, could prevent the Federal Reserve’s Board of Governors from making key decisions free of outside political influence.”

    She illustrates her inability to grasp simple truths or her devotion to a corrupt system. Otherwise, we should support the Congress being disbanded because of political influence. Furthermore, they should take sovereign dictatorship of their regions.

    Sen. Feinstein would rather be placed into position and be accountable to no person for critical decisions because she has an elitist disposition.

    Additionally, she references the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform, but the fact is it does little to nothing to prevent the exact same behavior that has harmed so many lives.

    Representative Barney Frank seems so disingenuous, very disappointed with his supposed Wall Street reform, which was showmanship and a mockery. I just do not know how these men and women get into such esteemed positions.

    For example, he supports Sen. Dianne Feinstein who said, ‘If I could have gotten 51 votes in the Senate, for an outright ban to pick up everyone’s’ firearms, I would have done it.’ And, yet, her superior self has a concealed carry permit in California because she is an elitist, ignorant, and unfit to serve.

    “We shall have lost something vital and beyond price on the day when the state denies us the right to resort to force.” Louis Brandeis, United States Supreme Court Justice, 1916 to 1939

    To attempt the denial of such fundamental rights, is to set up a society the way Germany, in 1928, seemingly with good intentions, required its citizens to register their firearms. Then, in 1933, when Hitler was elected, he systematically disarmed the people using the registration list. And, in 1938, he knew exactly where to strike with little to no resistance.

    Practically speaking, every human being deserves the right to physically protect him or herself, family, friends, and neighbors from predators.

    And, to the issue of intellectual protection, during the subcommittee examination, Rep. Frank spoke of sinister, exclaiming there is no sinister disposition toward the people when private industry, directly related to profiting from the decisions of the Federal Reserve, makes the Federal Reserve’s decisions in private. How gross a profit does an institution have to amass or deprive from others before Rep. Frank cries out antitrust, sinister, against the people!

    There were many entanglements of words when the issue is very clear, and a PhD is not needed to understand the difference between honest and dishonest practice.

    Should the Federal Reserve be micromanaged, of course, and every action approved, which is the American constitutional way of checks and balances. We call it transparency, and it is something being lost more and more every day with a country being run by people who think they can classify anything they wish as secret, confidential, or restricted.

    We have hope, and his name is Dr. Ron Paul.

    Sincerely, Joseph C. Carbone III; 11 May 2012

    ★”˜¨¯¯¨˜”ª¤(¯`*•.¸(¯`*•.. The Hon. Dr. Ron Paul for 2012 ..•*´¯)¸.•*´¯)¤ª”˜¨¯¯¨˜”★

  2. May 10, 2012 1:16 am

    GREAT Ron Paul, no need to wait all of us should each do what we can to advance our efforts toward bringing sanity to this nation. Thank You

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