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Check out the article I came across on yahoo while checking my email... Does this mean the U.S. Treasury, not the Federal Reserve(not part of the U.S. government) would be coining our monies, the way money should be produced as stated in our Constitution? If so, maybe this would be a change in direction from being controlled by the bankers. I doubt anyone in our government has the balls to stand up to the assholes though.

http://finance.yahoo.com/banking-budgeti...-budgeting
(03-09-2011 02:21 PM)Runk n Roll Wrote: [ -> ]Check out the article I came across on yahoo while checking my email... Does this mean the U.S. Treasury, not the Federal Reserve(not part of the U.S. government) would be coining our monies, the way money should be produced as stated in our Constitution? If so, maybe this would be a change in direction from being controlled by the bankers. I doubt anyone in our government has the balls to stand up to the assholes though.

http://finance.yahoo.com/banking-budgeti...-budgeting

Or just a way for us to get use to using coins which would eventually funnel into a one world currency? :dodgy: I'll just hold on to my water, food, ammo and silver thank you very much.
Another thing that also can eliminate much of the debt nationwide is stop the recycling and start using redemption's for bottles and cans. People get back their 5 cents per can or bottle when they return it to the redemption center. Maine, NH, and Vermont have done this for years with some states following behind it. If all states would do it, they could save loads of cash. The States pay out Millions yearly for recycling plants, They also pay out tons yearly for roadside pick up. With redemption's millions could be saved.
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