posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 07:20 PM
I am quite tentative on this issue.
Absolutely, I am in favor of auditing the Fed, but it seems no one is talking about what will happen if it passes and agents of this Act are forced to
force their way in and start perusing records.
Is there anyone left who might be under the assumption that they won't find wrong-doing (an a lot of it) if, in fact, they are allowed in?
What happens to this wallet of mine while all this is going on? The leather has been stretched as far as it can go without bursting.
This is what makes me tentative. This will almost certainly have to be one of the classic 'lesser of two evils' scenarios. Indeed, auditing the
Fed will, of course, be the lesser (by far, IMHO), as the alternative is proving far too...taxing, and seems will inevitably lead to the dollars
collapse. But doesn't it seem as though we will know torment either way, and is anyone prepared for that?
My point: It's not going to be a smooth ride, as anything worth doing hardly ever is, but how many of us are prepared for such happenings? It's
not going to be an idle time either way. If not, then the collapse seems imminent, and if so - what happens when they find what would have to be the
most major deviations ever know to mankind on paper (well, at least 'til the IMF and World Bank go through the same thing - lol)?
I just thought I'd share my feelings on the matter as I'm not seeing anyone really discussing it. I simply want to know what will happen to my
budget in the immediate future post-audit? Any thoughts?
EDIT: WOW! Did I take that long writing this?!? Geeez. MAN! That was A LOT of quick posts. And I see some of you sharing my concern. Excellent
Now to read them...
[edit on 7-7-2009 by lagnar]