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  •  Cons always have ulterior motives. (1+ / 0-)
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    They never are direct in saying what they want because then, when they don't get it, it doesn't look as if they failed.
    The problem this creates is that when the issue is something they don't want, they can't be direct about that either. So, they end up complaining about irrelevancies (death panels, fraud, inefficiency, centralized control).
    Fact is that the federal Treasury is the source of all dollars. We have a single payer, a system the Euro zone countries just recently adopted and then the member countries discovered what a hassle it could be not to be in charge of their own currency. The several U.S. States could have warned them, if they'd realized that's a major problem and fundamental to why they don't have enough dollars to pay for necessities.
    Why do our states not realize that? Because the myth that the bankers control the currency has been perpetrated for so long (100 years).
    Why does the Congress perpetrate the myth? Because they don't want to be held to account AND they rely on the bankers to fund their propagandistic election campaigns. One hand washes the other.

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    by hannah on Thu Dec 12, 2013 at 02:02:55 PM PST

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