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PALEFORCE
04-17-2010, 03:32 AM
Right now, you and I are seeing the worst plundering of a country's wealth in the history of civilization, led by an out of control Federal Reserve.

The first step is to Audit the Federal Reserve and get a complete public accounting of every dollar printed and spent.

By signing the petition below, you join me, Senator Jim DeMint and Campaign for Liberty to fight back by taking the battle straight to the heart of the problem -- the Federal Reserve itself.

That's why it's vital you submit your "Audit the Fed" petition below in support of my bill (HR 1207) and Senator DeMint's bill (S. 604) TODAY!

http://www.chooseliberty.org/auditfed4rp.aspx?pid=fb01

SKAMPOE
04-17-2010, 05:01 AM
done

RzaRectum
04-18-2010, 03:16 AM
Right now, you and I are seeing the worst plundering of a country's wealth in the history of civilization, led by an out of control Federal Reserve.

The first step is to Audit the Federal Reserve and get a complete public accounting of every dollar printed and spent.

By signing the petition below, you join me, Senator Jim DeMint and Campaign for Liberty to fight back by taking the battle straight to the heart of the problem -- the Federal Reserve itself.

That's why it's vital you submit your "Audit the Fed" petition below in support of my bill (HR 1207) and Senator DeMint's bill (S. 604) TODAY!

http://www.chooseliberty.org/auditfed4rp.aspx?pid=fb01

The federal reserve is a private owned corporation and I believe that it should be as publicly held as Bank of America, Chase, or Wells Fargo.

Consider that the nature of this corporation is to print money for ALL American banks in the US economy. Certainly a company of this magnitude and performing duties of this caliber deserve public oversight and the ability to abolish such institutions should it be deemed harmful to Americans and unwilling to change it's practices.

RzaRectum
04-18-2010, 03:37 AM
Bloomberg reports that the biggest U.S. banks have allied themselves with Federal Reserve secrecy

The Federal Reserve will finally be required to disclose the names of banks that could have collapsed if they had not received emergency loans.

The Treasury Department is strongly opposed to a House-passed measure that would open the Federal Reserve to an audit by the GAO (http://www.gao.gov/)