posted on Apr, 2 2013 @ 10:35 AM
reply to post by madmac5150
Maybe Arizona and Utah are on to something... both states have passed legislation allowing once again silver and gold to be used as legal tender...
If the states are independently passing laws to allow such to happen, does this mean that they are not in on the killing of the dollar? Or does this
mean that they are intending to set the model for all states to folllow in re-adopting a metal backed economy and then furthering us from the dollar
by making people want to buy precious metals at super inflated prices thus making up the difference in our failing dollar by folks willingly giving
out more of their hard earned cash. That would be kind of like a "Voluntary Cypress Haircut" if everyone were to purchase gold that has inflated 60%
or more etc...
Of course, when the purchasing starts to really take root, will the gov't impose tracking on anyone purchasing more than 1oz jsut to be sure they know
where it is when they need to come for it later?
I am leery of the states pushing a metal purchasing agenda.... seems if they are all connected to killing the dollar, there has to be a reason for
pushing this. On a positive thought, maybe they want us all to have our little stashes of metal so we can stop trading with China, close up our
borders and have an internal metals bartering/payment base to sustain an economy while we leave the other countries with a bunch of IOU''s
Sorry for the streaming thoughts... just wanted to get it out of my head and I am interacting a few toddlers home while preschool is on break....
(pulls at hair)....
edit on 2-4-2013 by evc1shop because: added quote for clarification