Thursday, July 17, 2008

How much more regulatory power will be given to the Federal Reserve system?

Dr. Paul on Bernanke’s Testimony

Here's a new video from Dr. Paul, telling us about Ben Bernanke's testimony. How much more interesting Congress is thanks to Ron Paul, the one truth teller. Without him, it'd be a lot of bootlicking questions and waving of incense before the sacred Ben. (And P.S.: Dr. Paul's book The Revolution: A Manifesto, which explains all these issues in layman's terms, will move up on the New York Times bestseller list from #23 this Sunday to #17 on the list for July 27.)

Posted by planning4acrash @ 10:11 PM (651 views)
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6 thoughts on “How much more regulatory power will be given to the Federal Reserve system?

  • someone please ban this tedious spamming fckwit

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  • Gosh, and there was I thinking the .co.uk at the end of housepricecrash.co.uk meant it was aimed at a British audience…..

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  • planning4acrash says:

    The credit crunch began in America and flowed here. The Housepricecrash started in the USA, flowed over here. Drewster, please take your head from the sand.

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  • Inflation and Depreciation in the USA will affect us over here. It will put pressure on the dollar. The dollar bubble could burst soon. China isn’t buying dollars anymore. That affects us too, folks.

    There is no trust and stability in the USA.

    Anyone think there is trust and stability in the UK? “Sound fundamentals” anyone….?

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  • planning4acrash says:

    Thanks Alan. Finally, a sensible blogger.

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