Its a form of representative democracy....<quoted text>
So a better plan is to leave it in the hands of a private for profit bank? You don't think this bank has the ultimate influence over all of Congress?
Not a fan of democracy? To put monetary issuance and policy in the hands of our ELECTED representatives vs a private non-elected bank? Are you confused?
By the way, we live in a Constitution Republic, not a democracy.
The lobbyist with the fattest pockets are already getting what they want, this will not change that, only better checks and balances will.
you're kidding me, aren't you...
Were not a democracy now...huh...
I'm not going to resort to name calling here like I would with old Taxi but man am I ever tempted too.
You're just another wall-paperer on here like him though. I see that now
Your agenda is so far gone though..
Happy Fragmenting Day
-would you like some stuffing with your Turkey?