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End The Fed! - Why the Federal Reserve Must Be Abolished! Share with your friends

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Uploaded on Feb 6, 2009

End the Fed! **Update: Ron Paul's Audit the Fed bill, HR 1207. America's expert on Constitutional monetary policy and acclaimed author, Dr. Edwin Vieira tells why the Federal Reserve must be abolished, and warns of potential economic collapse as the result of the massive "stimulus" bills. All Americans must watch this program to learn the facts and the potential hyper inflationary consequences of current unconstitutional monetary policy. Dr. Vieira is the author of "Pieces Of Eight" and other important books on Constitutional monetary policy and other topics. You'll also learn the Constitutional definition of a Dollar (371-1/4 grains of silver) and just what is "legal tender" (starts at 9:40). If you are a Ron Paul supporter, you'll find this valuable information, as will EVERY American: share this with your friends and emai.l list.

Call your Congressman and Senators in favor of ending the Fed and creating a REAL American economic recovery!

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