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  • micheldenostrildamus10 micheldenostrildamus10 Jun 16, 2014 12:58 PM Flag

    Who is behind the refusal to open up the Federal Reserve books?

    If the FOMC is effectively printing money to buy government bonds. What could be the reasoning behind not opening up the Federal Reserves books?

    From its creation, the Federal Reserve has operated in the shadows without true oversight of its operations. Accepting that it’s a powerful part of the United States economy, and its decisions impact every working American. Why don't working taxpayers deserve to know how their money is being used and, in many cases, abused? Who is continuing this government institution that is in some ways more secretive than the CIA and more powerful than the President or Congress?

    I suggest that the all powerful DNC answers all the questions above.

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