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lquadland10 (< 20)

Time to make Congress print our money again.



April 19, 2011 – Comments (2) | RELATED TICKERS: SLV , AUY , CORN

Are we having fun yet? Don't you feel good that We owe Interest to the tune of about 3,531 trillion. What could we do with that money? How much is the average rate we borrow at? We are not at 100.116 debt to GDP. Now the official number might say 97.94% but that does not count the interest payment. We still don't know who owns the FED. With Frank Dodd we just gave them even more power. All Congress had to do was reinstate Glass Segil. Now we went from trillions of diritives to what come after quadrillions worth of Dirituves? This is just getting better and better. mid May Soros is getting his minions to default on loans to the bank. That will be fun. Oil. well you know it will be about 200.00 a barrel by the end of 2012.The Pres. say to buy eletric cars. Oh fun don't buy the Honda Hydrogen car and house unit because we need eletric. I think Texas went for volunteer Carbon Tax. Which means that Perry approved it and we are forced into it. Not sure but will have to check on it. Oh and would any body in the State of Texas look at your current Business forms and see if anywhere it says The North American Partnership? If it does say that does that mean we the North American Union went through and we just were not told of it? Well until we end the Fed I still the Precious Mettle's and Fertilizer and Corn.

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#1) On April 21, 2011 at 12:22 PM, rfaramir (28.71) wrote:

I agree with everything but your title. That's sarcasm, right?

Auditing the Fed will go a long way towards getting mass sentiment behind ending it. They spend more than Congress! And they're not accountable???

And here we are bickering about whether we will cut 1% or 2% from the federal budget which is 40% borrowed. We daily borrow $4 Billion of the $10.1 Billion that is spent. That is monstrous!

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#2) On April 25, 2011 at 12:20 AM, lquadland10 (< 20) wrote:

No but then again I could have lied and said yes on the sarcasm part.

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