reply to post by 84Jake
ya know, I understand why you say that, but I just ain't sure if it would help much....
so you think that it would be better to take the fed out of the picture and give the reigns of money creation back to congress, which is more
constitutional, I agree...
it would also eliminate the idea that we can increase the money supply by putting ourselves more and more in debt!
but the congress doesn't seem to want to end their spending spree either, and more than likely, they'd kill the printing presses trying to print the
money so fast, so they can blow it on all their fancies!
we need to do more than just end the fed!
just from what I've read on these boards, I can tell ya, we need to do much more than end the fed!!
adults just entering the labor force, don't need the means to live?? really?? what you think that mom and dad are gonna keep them for five, or ten,
or maybe forever till the get enough experience that the employers feel that they deserve to live?? really?? what if mom and dad have been in the
workforce for 30 years and still haven't managed to find a job that supports all of them adequately??
we need a complete overhaul, beginning with our own way of thinking!!
even the old slaveholders had enough sense to know that they would have to foot the bill to at least keep those slaves healthy enough to put in a
decents days work!! we've lost something major, our moral compass! a compass that has less to do with religion and has more to do with compassion
and common sense!!
you want to have employees working, you have a vested interest in those employees, you should be concerned where their next meal is coming from, where
they are sleeping at night, weather or not they have the money to get to work or not! not passing the buck off to the government, so they can tax all
of us and force all of us to take on that interest for you so your bottom line can look better!