PETITION: Reforming the Federal Reserve System for our Posterity

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  1. CentristFiasco
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    Since the Ratification of the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 (Ch. 6: 38 Stat. 251), there has been tremendous controversy whether the establishment of a Central Banking System in the United States is adhering to the United States Constitution, and on top of that how its purely granted its Independency from the Federal Government. Throughout the 20th and 21st Century, the Federal Reserve has over stepped its Authority in the Matters of the American Economy in regards to the assumptions that its going to collapse in which they deliberately engaged in mischievous activities that played a crucial role in the overwhelming amount of recessions we, Citizenry had to live with. We, the Citizenry, demand that this Institution be consolidated for the Breach of the Peace amongst our Posterity.

    Interested? Sign the Petition: http://bit.ly/ConsolidatetheReserve
     
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    I'm for getting RID of it.
     
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    I'm for getting RID of it.
     
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    FRB is constitutional, so end that nonsense.

    Should it be reformed is another matter.
     
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    signed into law and being constitutional aren't one in the same.
     
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    Correct. What's missing here is laws being challanged on Constitutionality by the people.
     
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    But you are not the one who to determine the constitutionality of it, donchayaknow, TASB.

    If you are truly concerned, write SCOTUS.
     

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