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    Re: House easily approves Paul's 'audit the Fed' bill in 327-98 vote

    Quote Originally Posted by 24107 View Post
    But what is it they are fearful of? the fed is above government jurisdiction. That is what Allen Greenspan said. So how can dems or republican's be blamed in that case?

    I do not know exactly.

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    Re: House easily approves Paul's 'audit the Fed' bill in 327-98 vote

    Quote Originally Posted by DA60 View Post
    I do not know exactly.
    I am sure there will come a time when you will find out. After the initial shock leaves; it will turn to disapointment and anger.
    Last edited by 24107; 07-26-12 at 01:04 PM.

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    Re: House easily approves Paul's 'audit the Fed' bill in 327-98 vote

    Quote Originally Posted by ARealConservative View Post
    It is not in the interest of our corporate masters to shine a light on this institution.

    who are the "corporate masters" can you please give us a list of names? talking points like that are meaningless regardless of which side they come from.
    "Just get the hell out of my way" John Galt to the government in Atlas Shrugged.

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    Re: House easily approves Paul's 'audit the Fed' bill in 327-98 vote

    Quote Originally Posted by Bobcat View Post
    who are the "corporate masters" can you please give us a list of names? talking points like that are meaningless regardless of which side they come from.
    It's not rocket science...who benefits the most from the Fed's power and secrecy?

    Look at the top banks, find their CEO's/major share holders - there are at least some of your names.
    Last edited by DA60; 07-26-12 at 01:20 PM.

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    Re: House easily approves Paul's 'audit the Fed' bill in 327-98 vote

    Quote Originally Posted by Bobcat View Post
    who are the "corporate masters" can you please give us a list of names? talking points like that are meaningless regardless of which side they come from.
    I would love a clear explanation of who exactly are our corporate masters.

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    Re: House easily approves Paul's 'audit the Fed' bill in 327-98 vote

    And the names of their CEO's to get an even clearer picture.

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    Re: House easily approves Paul's 'audit the Fed' bill in 327-98 vote

    Quote Originally Posted by 24107 View Post
    I would love a clear explanation of who exactly are our corporate masters.
    most people are holding onto the delusion that they have actual representation in federal government and politicians serve the will of the people.

    It simply isn't so. Your corporate masters are the ones that actually control the strings. It doesn't matter if 80% of the people favor a particular bill so long as those controlling the system oppose it.

    So who are they? Big banks. The Military Industrial Complex. Big Labor. etc, etc. They call the shots. no actual change is coming anytime soon.

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    Re: House easily approves Paul's 'audit the Fed' bill in 327-98 vote

    Quote Originally Posted by ARealConservative View Post
    most people are holding onto the delusion that they have actual representation in federal government and politicians serve the will of the people.

    It simply isn't so. Your corporate masters are the ones that actually control the strings. It doesn't matter if 80% of the people favor a particular bill so long as those controlling the system oppose it.

    So who are they? Big banks. The Military Industrial Complex. Big Labor. etc, etc. They call the shots. no actual change is coming anytime soon.

    Well, our congressmen aren't becoming millionaires because they are doing a bang-up job of running our country.....
    Hail to the King baby!

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    Re: House easily approves Paul's 'audit the Fed' bill in 327-98 vote

    Quote Originally Posted by Chaddelamancha View Post
    Well, our congressmen aren't becoming millionaires because they are doing a bang-up job of running our country.....
    I agree, i think they are becoming rich through corrupt means.

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    Re: House easily approves Paul's 'audit the Fed' bill in 327-98 vote

    Quote Originally Posted by ARealConservative View Post
    most people are holding onto the delusion that they have actual representation in federal government and politicians serve the will of the people.

    It simply isn't so.
    Your corporate masters are the ones that actually control the strings. It doesn't matter if 80% of the people favor a particular bill so long as those controlling the system oppose it.

    So who are they? Big banks. The Military Industrial Complex. Big Labor. etc, etc. They call the shots. no actual change is coming anytime soon.
    But..but that doesn't sound like a democracy

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