posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 11:37 PM
Originally posted by CSquared288
But....that guy asked him a great question. Dr. Paul, what would you do right now, facing the realities of right now?......sorry, but Ron didn't
have a clear answer, he just went back into what we ought not to do. I sooooooooo wanted to hear his solution.
Ron was there to talk about the truth of what is going on, the economy, and politics, etc.... He may not have any more answers on how to "fix" it
than you or I.
Income tax should never have been tagged "mandatory". There were never any laws that stated it was. It is just reinforced as if it were, and our
society holds so much fear about money, that the vast majority will pay without a second thought. It is also the governments main money maker by the
way of the public. It is also one of the top players in this ongoing game of corruption. The one main rule is... "those who follow the rules shall
lose, but they must keep playing until they win".
As mentioned in an earlier post regarding double digit inflation. Many who already suffer at the state of inflation from the last economic bubble will
suffer more at the next. Let's hope (though I don't have much... hope that is) that our economic history has finally taught it's lesson. I've
always considered this combination of taxes and inflation nothing short of a psychologically criminal activity with the average Joe being the
My one great hope, and yes, even at the expense of my own suffering, is that our economy collapses irretrievably.
And if anyone should think about it for a moment, the tags of republican and democratic, and the people that use them to further their own ideas...
are racist, and still cannot get past the idea of "us and them".
That is another idea I hope dies along with the old economy. What ever happened to "this guy is a good man"?
[edit on 27-1-2009 by Hurican]