Skip to comments.The Craziest Town Hall Ever
Posted on 09/28/2009 1:44:37 PM PDT by Palin Republic
Fresh from the introduction of HR1207, a bill to audit the Federal Reserve, Reps. Bachmann and Paul arrived at Northrop to paint a portrait of financial dystopia where 100 percent of your paycheck is being spoken for. Bachmann predicts this will happen some time around 2050. Her voice rising to a high-pitched chant, she ticked off the list of financial aggressors: Income tax, property tax, gas tax, sales taxeverytime-you-turn-around tax! Meanwhile, over at the United Nations (the very mention of which drew a chorus of boos), theyll likely work with China and Japan to insist on replacing the American dollar with the international one-world currency. More boos, and some emphatic waving of handheld American flags.
The Federal Reserve audit, she explained, would pull back the curtain on the shadowy organization that controls the value of the dollar. Two-thirds of the House of Representatives support the bill, including the Financial Services Committees famously liberal chairman, Rep. Barney Frank. During the Q&A session, Paul explains that, though an audit is far more modest than his goalEnd the Fed is the title of his new bookonce everyone sees how dirty the Fed is, the next thing that happens is the Federal Reserve is over.
Amid applause and wolf whistles, Bachmann grabbed the microphone: Congressman Paul is a master of perseverance. It has been 26 years that hes been trying to do this.
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Last I heard, it hadn't been proven this was even a murder.
Yet here the left is leaping to the conclusion that it not only is an "anti-government hate crime" (a category of hate crime I don't believe exists), but that it is somehow the fault of a somewhat obscure MN congressperson.
Our crazies are far more sane that any of the most sane code pinkos and that makes me feel a little better about my party.
At least our crazies won’t get behind schemes to take you money under guise of “The government is always right”.
I like how they quoted this:
Her voice rising to a high-pitched chant, Bachmann ticked off the list of financial aggressors: Income tax, property tax, gas tax, sales taxeverytime-you-turn-around tax!
Ok, so the weenies at the “daily beast” think taxes are a good thing. I guess personal freedom of spending your own income is a sin in their twisted eyes?