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Ron Paul introduces HR 833

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Never going to happen.

If there isn't enough outrage directed at the federal reserve now to spark a change, there never will be.

And there isn't.

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I want to make sweet love to that man(no homo). But I agree with Jase.

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This is very similar to the campaign on Facebook I've seen to find people who hate cancer.

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This is very similar to the campaign on Facebook I've seen to find people who hate cancer.

But he's the only one with the balls to say anything.

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Launching hopeless bills solely for grandstanding and gaining national attention. Packing on the pork to bills to ensure his re-election.

Man, sometimes you forget he's in Washington.

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why is it that only lunatics like paul and alex jones bring up the very important issue of fed reform?

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why is it that only lunatics like paul and alex jones bring up the very important issue of fed reform?

I agree. Had Paul looked like John Edwards he might have won.

Careful on Jones. He is detailed on some things and goes by hearsay on some other stuff.

Otherwise very solid.

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Launching hopeless bills solely for grandstanding and gaining national attention. Packing on the pork to bills to ensure his re-election.

no.

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Ron Paul launches the same bill to kill the Fed every single year, not for the purpose of grandstanding, but for the purpose of ending the Fed... if you know anything about the man (doubtful) they you'd know that he puts forth these bills, not for gaining attention, but because he acts based on what he believes in. His actions have always lined up with his words. Gaining national attention??? Seriously??? The man was blacklisted during the election, and is still never taken seriously by anyone besides his followers...

Personally, I wish more congressmen and women were in favor of ending the federal reserve... I wish Ron Paul wasn't the only constant voice against the Fed!... but what's another 800 Billion of fiat currency? The Fed is bankrupting this country, with one bail out at a time..

If you can't see the problem with the Fed, then all I can do is shake my head..

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