High gas prices = Audit the Fed
|April 13, 2012||Posted by Schreyer under Government, Take Action||
The high gas prices means we should be demanding a full audit of the Federal Reserve. One of the main reasons why gas prices are high is that the dollar is valued low. The dollar value is low because the Federal Reserve has printed and created more dollars. The partial audit of the fed that Ron Paul had gotten passed found about 16 trillion of spending by the fed. Much of the spending was with other countries banks. So the American people are suffering with a lower dollar value to help out other countries. With a full audit of the fed we will know exactly what moves the fed has made in the past. This should also help stop foolish deals made by the fed. If they have to reveal and explain what they are doing they may reconsider some deals in the future. If we can stop the fed’s printing press, we can keep oil prices low. The audit the fed bills are HR459 and S202. Take Action: contact Congress and sign the Audit the Fed petition.