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    Ben Bernanke - spending cuts could derail this recovery

    Oh no!

    And what a recovery! Ever since last summer's unforgettable "Summer of Recovery" it's been economic highlight after highlight.

    All this "progress" (and those precious jobs "saved") is being threatened by Republicans.

    It is my hope the Republicans don't give an inch to these incompetent losers. No better time than the present to right a wrong.

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    End the Fed and that will end our misery. The Fed is no more Federal than Federal Express

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    [QUOTE=Jetdawgg;4061958]End the Fed and that will end our misery. The Fed is no more Federal than Federal Express[/QUOTE]

    ..and the single largest creditor of the United States. More than China. More than every Treasury Bond holder in the world.

    The largest chunk of our national debt is 'owed' to a private cabal of bankers.

    What a wonderful triumph a central bank was for those brilliant Federalists like Hamilton. :rolleyes:

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    Let's end this mess

    [url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UUNIeOB0whI&feature=player_embedded[/url]

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    [QUOTE=Jetdawgg;4061958]End the Fed and that will end our misery. [/QUOTE]

    before the Fed, they had booms and busts wildly every 10 to 20 years. After the Fed it was every 60 years or more. They ain't going back and life really wasn't better in the 1920's or the 1800's.

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    Facts are:

    Taking money out of the economy will hurt whether it is federal money or consumers not spending either way it will slow growth.

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