What I find so curious is Micks drive to say he wants original documentation and his demands for proof but in another thread where I ask for proof of
a vaulted BC. He defends like crazy why the COLB is just as good AS the one and ONLY document that will quell the reasons the COLB isn't proof at
all but something quite easily forged.
At least here we have admitted that these are merely discussions that can and should be interpreted as confiscating our money if such a bill were to
Are we talking policy change, or are we talking about confiscating 401k's? It's one thing to disagree with a policy, but it's another to out-right
accuse people of stealing other's money.
Anytime you take MY money, from an account that I set up and funded with contributions from MY salary, and FORCE me to move it to another type of
account that I dont want to, then yes, that is stealing, confiscating or whatever other word you want to call it, because it is a MANDATE, not a
choice at that point, only when it remains MY choice is it NOT stealing.
Okay, so again, when Bush removed Clinton's tax brackets, he stole from millions of Americans? He confiscated their money?
Also, can you get a source that shows me where her plan involved forcing people to switch from 401k's to the new plan? Last time I heard about her
idea, she wanted to offer people a CHANCE to turn in their 401k's, and in return, got rewarded by getting credit for their balance before the crisis
It seems to me you've nailed it. And yet the people always have the power, should they wish to take it, to turn this into a government that serves
rather than betrays them. This group fears the power of the people terribly. Cheney has hardly seen the light of day for years. The people already
have far more power in the situation than they realize. Also, the military top brass is not fully on board with the government. It is my guess that
the jury is out on whether or not they can even muster the muscle to fill their empty concentration camps. I might add the response I get from
people, when I tell the story of the congressional discussions about confiscating retirement money, run something like, "Well, if they do that you
should just buy a gun." Not even revelations about 9/11 evoked such sentiment where I live. I can't think of a better way for them to rouse the
American people to political action. We should always remember that in the 1930s there was no cell phone and no internet. In other words, it's not
a done deal. They've given it their "best shot", but they have no victory yet. Regards from the SF Bay Area.
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