Can you believe this one?

18 Sep

I just watched the Dallas Federal Reserves President, Richard Fisher, chastise the Congress of the United States.  He was on Squawk Box today, and enlightened everybody by saying,

“…It’s up to your viewers and everybody else.  They own the Congress.  They vote for them.  The Senate is important.  The House is important.  People blame the Presidents.  Who controls the purse strings?  The Congress of the United States.  Get your act together, Congress.”

Well, I couldn’t agree more!  The Congress should get their acts together.  For example, they could approve a forensic audit first, and then dismantle the Federal Reserve, indict the criminals, and possibly hold a few quick executions.   Here we have a first class so-and-so, chastising the People, blaming the Congress, defending the Kenyan, and abdicating HIS role in the mess that HE has helped to make of our economy.  Someday he’ll be bailing out of the Dallas area in search of a safe haven for himself.   You may want to give him some assistance.  He should never have to walk alone.  I’m sure that, like he said, he is doing the best that he can.  I’m sure he has.

In the meanwhile, I cannot help but remember Jefferson’s warnings, and think about how it was the National Bank that President Jackson fought to dismantle.  And this guy has the balls to go on national TV to blame others for a crime he is committing?




Posted by on September 18, 2012 in Sons of Liberty


2 responses to “Can you believe this one?

  1. Wildflower

    September 18, 2012 at 7:25 am

    and afterwards nothing occurs in lala land as things get worse

  2. soffitrat

    September 18, 2012 at 8:04 pm

    Yep. The man walks amongst us.


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