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September 23, 2008


We are tax activists in Indiana with a solid track record of successes.

Mike Pence, our courageous Senior Congressman from Indiana, was first to stand down the Fed against the bailout.

Please call and fax his Indiana Office. Tell him to hold his ground and to co-sponsor HR 2755! There is much ground support and he's getting calls from high places to co-sponsor the Act to Abolish the Federal Reserve.

The numbers below are for his campaign office. People will be there this weekend. If no answer, send a fax and leave voicemails. It doesn't matter if you are not from Indiana.

PHONE: 765-643-9503
FAX: 765-643-9514

As a liberal, you should be in favor of abolishing the Federal Reserve. The Federal Reserve inflates your currency, which hurts the middle class and the poor more than the rich. The Federal Reserve is also a monopoly, which liberals are supposed to be against. Lastly, the Federal Reserve, when created, was referred to as a tool and creation of Wall Street for the benefit of Wall Street. You can now see the evidence of that.

Greenspan kept interest rates at artificially low levels for far too long. It created a credit bubble. This boom/bust cycle has made people on Wall Street very wealthy. It leaves people on Main Street without jobs and a devalued currency.

When these secretive entities called central banks attempt to manipulate the market, they wind up making some people incredibly wealthy. The most obvious example of this is George Soros (look up Soros and "Broke the Bank of England" for further explanation).

It was a liberal, Dennis Kucinich, that questioned why the Federal Reserve was given so much power and cloaked in so much secracy.


It was another liberal, Ralph Nader, that questioned the unbelievable power given to the Federal Reserve.


If you support the Federal Reserve System, then you support the continued debasing of your currency and consequently the continued damage to the middle class and poor. ***The Federal Reserve monopoly has nothing to do with the free-market. In fact, it is the antithesis of a free-market.*** The control they exert over interest rates leads to credit bubbles. It is impossible for economists in dorky glasses to correctly price interest rates using their computer models.

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