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Audit the Fed
July 30, 2012
3:31 am
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This didn't make much news, but Ron Paul's Legislation recently passed the house. This is great news for anyone who is an opponent of the Federal Reserve (a private bank owned an run by crooks)

If you support this Legislation I urge you to sign the petition in support of seeing this all the way through!
Now it's going to the Senate to take up S. 202, as this long-overdue, common-sense audit in turned into law.
http://www.auditthefed.com/

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July 31, 2012
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By the way, I didn't mean to come across as pushing any republican agenda. Audit the Fed is Bi-Partisan Legislation
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v.....Fdre0U38qc

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July 31, 2012
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Capricorn,

While I believe whole-heartedly in exposing the Fed, IMHO, I think that auditing it is not the best approach. What the Fed is really up to can be found openly in reviewing the detailed CAFR (comprehesive annual financial report) for the corporation known as the USA. In that detailed report, one can see that the corporation is far from broke, but is awash in funds from investments made from our tax dollars contributed over the decades. Every state/local government (corporation) has the same investments revealed in their detailed CAFR. They only show the books of "tax in/tax out" and fail to reveal the windfall from investments. These gov/corporations portray that they are broke to maintain the excuse to keep raising taxes... when taxes themselves are no longer neccessary.

Don't take my word for it. Enter the name Walter Burien and CAFR in a search engine, as well as on youtube. You will be surprised what you will find. BTW, I've read that Walter is in hiding due to the wrath he stirred up when he discovered and revealed this info.

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