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Originally posted by DimensionalDetective
Did anybody else catch this? It seemed to slip by quite quickly in his speech, but I think this is yet ANOTHER freudian slip by McCain, like his "My Fellow Prisoners" line...
What exactly was the intervention of, and who exactly were behind that intervention?
Nothing to see here folks, continue moving on...
If nothing else, I give McCain credit for his honesty on some issues, whether intentional or not.
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When Sen. Obama was first asked, he said, "Any place, any time," the way Barry Goldwater and Jack Kennedy agreed to do, before the intervention of the tragedy at Dallas. So I think the tone of this campaign could have been very different.
Originally posted by mystiq
Someone already posted this. It happened during the last debate. www.abovetopsecret.com...
Thats 3 freudian slips by McCain lately, one about desiring to be a dictator, two, calling the citizens "prisoners" and now this. I swear some foreign power, either the Chinese, the Russians, or our "visitors" are pointing some kind of truth ray at him.
Originally posted by mybigunit
My favorite McCain slip is when he said "I want to get us energy independent so we wont have to go to war for oil anymore" or something to that affect. Once again one of those "slips"
The Order was for the Treasury to issue silver certificates against all silver held by the government which did not already have certificates against it. The Order was needed due to the passage of Public Law 88-36 which repealed the Silver Purchase Act and other related monetary measures. One result was that after the repeals, only the President could issue new silver certificates.
The Federal Reserve System could replace the certificates, but only in larger denominations. The thrust of the Order returned the authority to issue new silver certificates (and specify denominations) back to the U.S. Treasury.