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Author Topic: Dollar no longer legal tender since Federal Reserve Act has expired?  (Read 1335 times)
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December 31, 2012, 12:03:38 AM

What do you think about this?

On 23rd December 2012 was the 99th anniversary of the Federal Reserve, and 99 years is the longest period of time for a business deal.


UPDATE: Sombody just told me that this doesn't apply to the FED, so... whatever.

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January 02, 2013, 04:21:31 PM

Well, if you want, you can be free to send me over your useless FRN's so I can set them up in my ban... err... museum for old FRN's.

Rules are made so that those in power don't have to follow them. These arguments very much assume the leaders follow the rules, which the federal reserve wouldn't exist and wouldn't be printing paper as legal tender if they followed the "rules".

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Taxation is Theft; War is Murder; Incarceration is Kidnapping; Spanking is Assault; Federal Reserve Notes are Counterfeiting
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