Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Geithner: Auditing the Fed is a “line that we don’t want to cross”

Mr. Geithner open your ears for just a moment: "WE THE PEOPLE that you work for want to know were our money is!!!!! On top of that we want to know how our money is being used. Who got our money how much and when. Do you got that punk!!!!!!!"

I don't know about you but I am sick and tired of the Federal Reserve (Fed) stealing us the American people blind. Everything the Fed was suppose to do it has failed on everyone of them. It was suppose to stop things like the great depression. It was suppose to keep inflation low (since the fed's inception the dollar has lost 95% yes 95% of its value. Now you know why it is so hard for a man working 40hrs a week to support his family on just his income.) but it has not. It is a complete failer and should be abolished. We should go back to the Gold standard.

Mr. Geithner who worked for Mr. Kissinger in the early 80's. Then went to Goldman Sachs, Clinton administration, back to Goldman Sachs, New York Fed, and then theTreasuary Secretary. This man is worse than Madoff and should be arrested for Treason and embesselment. Oh and by the way He help write the first banker bailout that was passed in October of 2008, the second bail out and the so called stimulas. Here is the article.

In an interview released today by Digg and the Wall Street Journal, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner was pressured about the growing popular movement to Audit the Fed spearheaded by Texas Congressman Ron Paul. A visibly uncomfortable Geithner attempts to dismiss the question by stating “I’m sure people understand that you want to keep politics out of monetary policy.” When Geithner is again pressed on the issue, he makes the stunning assertion that conducting an audit of the Federal Reserve—something never before done in its 96 year history—is a “line that we don’t want to cross,” proclaiming that such a move would be “problematic for the country.” Watch the interview in the player below

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