Thursday, August 9, 2012

Bernanke’s Nightmare

The bill for Ron Paul's long-standing effort for a full and complete audit of the Federal Reserve has passed the House of Representatives.  The banksters clearly do not want visibility of their books.  This issue will be raised at the 2012 Republican National Convention.

From Bloomberg:
... Republicans are considering including a plank in their party platform calling for a full audit of the central bank.  ... Paul, in an interview, warned that if Romney’s backers resist the effort, it could result in a politically distracting and messy fight in front of the national media. “It’s good economics and it’s good legislation, but it’s also good politics, because 80 percent of the American people agree with it,” Paul said. If Republican leaders “exclude it, I would think some of my supporters would be annoyed and feel strongly enough to take it to the floor under the rules.”