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    Yesterday, 09:03 PM
    First search result. There are several vendors. Build a lower Full Auto with no #, and Phuck the dumb stuff.. Hide the spare lower,, and shut up about said lower.
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    Yesterday, 08:52 PM
    In other words, it's all correct, but the Fed has declared the semantics to be incorrect so you can deny it. And thank you for playing.
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    Yesterday, 08:47 PM
    Sadly it would cost you a felony to prove that. I said Trigger Control.
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    Yesterday, 08:44 PM
    First you say... Then you say... What definition of 'escalation' are you using that a 'beefing up' does not fit?
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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:41 PM
    The point is, your bosses at the Fed create money out of electrons (devaluing our salaries and savings in the process), sell it to the government for bonds, charge interest on the bonds, charge exorbitant "costs" like five hundred million, hand out the other eighty billion to the banks which founded it to play with, get it back, and then you brag on them for finally giving that interest to the treasury. The point is, I am not impressed by the Fed's "largesse", and I don't think anyone else is either.
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    Yesterday, 08:35 PM
    Another one? When do you ever stop writing autobiographies long enough to have a career?
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    Yesterday, 08:32 PM
    Collateral like what? Packaged securities? Highly unlikely? So what if they make other investments? Who said "billions"? I didn't. And since when do all the banks only get a combined maximum of twenty million? Your lips are moving, but like a lawyer, politician or propagandist, you're managing to avoid saying anything that means anything.
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    Yesterday, 08:19 PM
    So? They transferred funds to a member bank. They got it back. And? Suppose the bank gets audited. It buys stock. It sells stock. So? So?
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    Yesterday, 08:12 PM
    But of course everyone wants to take the time to track what's happening to the money the Fed, as a bondholder, collects in interest on the national debt. And the Fed clearly has the transparency to make it possible.
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    Yesterday, 08:08 PM
    Because Russia never disappeared a spy rather than expatriate him.
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    Yesterday, 08:03 PM
    Well, there's nothing we'd rather do than take your word for it. I suppose bad mortgages packaged as "securities" and sold to investors never happened either? And, of course, guns never appear in gun-free zones.
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    Yesterday, 07:34 PM
    Well, there you go. They can transfer portions of eighty billion seven hundred million dollars to member banks. Member banks can buy stocks, reap capital gains, and transfer the principal back, all before the end of the quarter or the end of the year when the Fed then gives it to the Treasury. Eighty billion, seven hundred million FRNs, give or take, is a nice chunk of capital to play with. Which was my point, a point which still stands after a page of dissembling on your part.
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    Yesterday, 07:19 PM
    "He is the fastest shooter",, with a revolver.. not a semi auto.. and that was posted simply for the point. A semi auto will fire on each trigger trip. Bump stocks do the same but use recoil toaid the process.. This make target acquisition horribly inaccurate. You are shooting with a wobbly gun. A full auto Armalite Rifle will cycle between 600 and 700.. 650 generally.. a practiced trigger can fire perfect 3 round bursts,, No,, I can not fire that fast,, neither can a bump stock.. But as fast as I CAN PULL A TRIGGER,, I can keep my sights on a target.. and a Bump Stock can NOT.
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    Yesterday, 07:15 PM
    The Fed basement is full of gold. You were also talking about the Fed receiving interest on bonds which it--eventually--shells out to the Treasury. You know money is an asset. You don't need to make an ass of yourself by asking me to define 'assets', Zippy. If you don't want to answer the question, run and hide. You've done it before.
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    Yesterday, 07:08 PM
    Assets, Zippy. I said what I meant and mean what I say. You want to limit the terms of the discussion to something you can spin to cover the Fed's big ass. But I said assets. Period.
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    Yesterday, 07:04 PM
    Not around here. This is a place where certain people underestimate the clout and ruthless ambition of GOP presidents, not popes.
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    Yesterday, 07:02 PM
    But where does Yellin say the Fed cannot temporarily transfer assets to member banks?
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    Yesterday, 06:53 PM No doubt you'll dispute the verb "owned". Think you can dispute the verb "controlled"? Think anyone will be impressed by the difference? As for whether Fed stock can be sold, or whether you put the word stock in quotation marks, stocks denote ownership (usually temporarily) and if anyone can play with funds on hand, it's the owners.
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    Yesterday, 06:38 PM
    The Fed is owned by half a dozen the biggest banks in the world, and they are not.
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    Yesterday, 06:29 PM
    The bondholders still get the interest. Whether the Fed, which is only one bondholder, takes $500,000,000 as "expenses", then only plays with the money for a while (give me $80,200,000,000 for a couple of months and I'll make enough on the stock market to be more than just set for life) and gives it back, is irrelevant.
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    Yesterday, 06:20 PM
    Debt is paid to bondholders, Zippy, not the Treasury. Taxes may be paid to the Treasury, and the Treasury may divvy some of it up for interest payments. But bondholders wind up with it. And you damned well know it.
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    Yesterday, 06:13 PM
    Because you can't stack toploaders, and they want us all in micro-apartments. Unplug the damned thing. It'll unlock.
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    Yesterday, 06:10 PM
    That's the worst kind of debt--Democrat-turned-Republican Bipartisan Debt. I'm pretty sure we'll be paying your Fed-owning fat bankster bosses double interest on that stuff.
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    Yesterday, 06:06 PM
    Thus the comment about the difference between asides for the purpose of making similies and full-blown threadjacks. So are you falsely accusing me of trying to derail the conversation because you want the takeaway to be some people don't deserve free speech? Because the fact that you abuse the privilege is not a sound argument against free speech in my book.
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    Aw, thank you! : ) Very kind of you to say that.
  2. Dammit Pete, I'd do you in a heartbeat.
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    Yeah he was upset he didn't get a chance to see you. You're a good guy, Pete, don't let this keep you down.
  5. I have a really good book on the subject if you should ever want any additional info, I really should scan the whole thing but sending e-copies, well--you know.
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    Your inbox is full, so I'm leaving my message here:
    Hi Pete!

    A lot of us over at are hoping you'll join and play with us there. You're definitely one of the most requested enlistees. We've already got such luminaries as AF, amypi, JFK3, eduardo, flightlesskiwi, and myself. I hope you'll consider it.

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    i don't troll politcal forums, i'm not andrew breitbart
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    Hey, Pete, here's the link where I picked up the Holder story:

    lots of info there

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    nvm. found it. was "Cuddy"!! last name of the author. duh.
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    howdy... i'm trying to find one of the links you posted awhile back... has "cuddlynwo" or some such in the addy. can't find it. can you send it to me, pretty please??? enlightening a new Ron Paul supporter who asked to be enlightened.
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