Skip to comments.Lawmaker asks to be paid in gold
Posted on 11/14/2012 5:58:20 PM PST by gorush
A Montana state lawmaker is asking that he be paid in gold coins because of his lack of faith in the U.S. dollar amid a rising deficit.
Jerry ONeil, a Republican just reelected in his northern Montana district, says his constituents told him he was not honoring his duty to uphold the U.S. Constitution, which ONeil and Gold Standard supporters say requires the government to print money backed by gold.
Read more: http://www.politico.com/news/stories/1112/83767.html#ixzz2CFguWZLo
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just take your fiat notes and trade them in for gold. hang on to enough of the notes to take care of daily business. problem solved.
Get rid of county zoning ordinances in the West against new, small manufacturing shops. Then politicians and the constituents who pull their strings can have some gold.
I have to enroll in a 401(k) and have no idea what I should invest in. I’d rather just buy silver, but I doubt the company would match that.
Whether or not they match will not depend on what you buy. They will either match within their plan up to a certain amount, or not.
The question is whether the opportunity to invest in commodities will be offered in your 401(k) plan.
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