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Trim The Deficit - Abolish The Federal Reserve Bank

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Tragically, the American people, every generation [ since 1913 ] are forced by law to pay interest to the Fed for the use of their own money to pay their own bills.


The congressional Super Committee remains a super hoax on the American people -
making it look like Congress is really interested in trimming the deficit by
looking for things to cut, except for the things that really need cutting - like
the privately owned for profit Federal Reserve Bank [ the United States is
indebted to the Fed for 16 trillion dollars or more currently and all the income
taxes collected by the Internal Revenue Service for the Fed are not enough to
pay the interest owed to the Fed on that public debt - comparable to a bank
issued credit card whereby a customer (the Federal Government) with
insufficient income, pays only the minimum amount due each month, but keeps on
charging with abandon, even pork barrel charging, even borrowing for wars of choice, with the bank continually raising the limits on the card,
and the principal owed plus the compounding interest eventually becomes
impossible to pay back resulting in a bankruptcy, and a liquidation of the
customer's assets ].


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Lance Ciepiela is a retired senior who had an interesting career in government service - a United States Marine Corps (USMC) Vietnam-Era veteran, who became interested in restoring the Constitution after I realized that W Bush had attacked Iraq (more...)

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