15 August, 2007

Thrity-six years ago today

I posted the following three years ago, and today it is even more relevant:
Nixon ended the Gold Standard, and today, I read this interesting piece of information.

More on FedLine Advantage can be found here.

By the by, both Nixon's act was a betrayal to his oath of office. The best example to prove this is that what took $100.00 dollars in 1971, now takes $468.40. You can find the proof here, which is the U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics tool called the Inflation Calculator. To put the above figures in context, in 1913 when the Federal Reserve Corporation was created, it took fifty-eight years for that figure of inflation to reach $100.00/$409.09. That same level of inflation (actually the figure was $411.36) was reached in 1999, only twenty-eight years later. To put succinctly, inflation is a hidden tax.

And, if the private corporation intentionally misnamed the Federal Reserve predicts that it's new web-based system is safe, just remember how "well" it does with the economy.
I also wish to point out that in 2004, it took $468.40, and today, it takes $514.32 for a decrease in the value of your "dollars" by $45.92. Now with the Chinese capable of so much because of their massive u.S. "debt" holdings, and the "Global Credit Crisis", your worth just seems so much better now, does it not?

This nation, by design since 1910, is being destroyed. I know I would like to see this course reversed and am working for the benefit of my children, and myself, to see this happen. You can too by making the choice for Ron Paul, who is not a savior, but a man wanting to see this nation proceed and succeed by what the Founding Fathers gave us and which is our birthright. If you wish to continue on the path of our destruction, which is painfully obvious, then the choice is yours.


06 August, 2007

August 6th & Tom Tancredo

Sixty-two years ago, "Little Boy" was dropped on Hiroshima and then three days later "Fat Man" did his work and World War II was effectively over.

This past weekend, Tom Tancredo said something at an Iowa debate, that I have been saying since September 12th, 2001 and stated in a post two years ago- and he is right.

Unfortunately, since we no longer elect men to run the nation, just squabbling little children- which even though grown, are no more than vain and unworthy people who are cowards, and what should be done will not happen...


03 August, 2007

Elizabeth Dewberry Left Robert Olen Butler To Join Ted Turner's Collection

The response that is right on the money:
BY MAEVEMEALONE AT 07/31/07 12:15 PM

15 female grad students just wiped enough tears from their eyes to make it down to the open office hours . They will then throw their arms around Prof. Butlers head and bury him in their sobbing bosoms. He will then utter to himself "Score!"
I leave you now, holding my sides, and laughing uncontrollably...