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Will Paul Ryan ever match his rhetoric?

 

Will Paul Ryan ever match his rhetoric?

Dear Patriots,

Our battle to Audit the Fed reignited when Congressman Ron Paul reintroduced the bill on January 26, 2011.  56 original cosponsors signed on when HR 459 was introduced, and today the number has grown to 169.

The companion bill in the Senate introduced by Senator Rand Paul, S 202, now has 7 additional co-sponsors.

Currently, Congressman Paul Ryan is not one of them.

The issue Ryan is most known for is his interest in cutting the deficit and balancing the budget.

But why did the Congressman vote to bail out the auto industry, to pass the Medicare package to the tune of $400 billion, and to nationalize education via No Child Left Behind?

Paul Ryan on Bailouts and Government Stimulus

  • Voted YES on TARP (2008)
  • Voted YES on Economic Stimulus HR 5140 (2008)
  • Voted YES on $15B bailout for GM and Chrysler (Dec 2008)
  • Voted YES on $192B additional anti-recession stimulus spending (Jul 2009)

Will Paul Ryan change his tune and actually back up his fiscal conservative rhetoric?

Our debt currently stands at over 14 trillion dollars, and yet, the Fed continues to print more money–backed by nothing but the whims of Ben Bernanke and international bankers.

Over $16 trillion more has been pledged by the government and the Fed in bailouts and loan guarantees.

Bank bailouts.  TARP.  The easing of our monetary supply.  Artificially low interest rates.  All of these things benefit Wall Street bankers and international elites at the expense of the American taxpayer.

All unfortunately supported by Congressman Paul Ryan.

Congressman Paul Ryan has NOT shown that he is willing to work hard to correct the economy.

Congressman Ryan has not taken on the root cause of all of these problems: the out-of-control Federal Reserve.

What's the hold up?  Does Ryan not care that trillions of taxpayer dollars are unaccounted for?  Does Ryan not care that as long as the FED can print money out of thin air with no accountability, the debt ceiling will not matter?

Right now it seems so but will Paul Ryan change his tune and actually backup his fiscal conservative rhetoric or will he continue to talk the talk and NOT walk the walk?

If you are in his district, please send Congressman Ryan an email, and/or if you are not in his district, call him at (202) 225-3031.  Urge him that if he truly cares about fixing our economy to cosponsor HR 459–Audit the FED–right now.

The Federal Reserve operates in secrecy–their meetings and inner workings are off-limits to the public.  Although your taxes are used to pay for their decisions, there is little required transparency on their part to reveal how your money is spent.

Can you imagine what would happen if you told the IRS that you refused to reveal where parts of your income came from?  The truth is, you can't even withdraw large sums of money from your own account without the government being alerted.  Shouldn't they be held–at the very least–to the same standard?

Passing Audit the Fed is vital to exposing the massive corruption and dollar manipulation at the Federal Reserve.

According to Michelle Malkin in 2009: "[Paul Ryan] gave one of the most hysterical speeches in the rush to pass TARP last fall; voted for the auto bailout; and voted with the Barney Frank-Nancy Pelosi AIG bonus-bashing stampede."

Please email Congressman Paul Ryan right now and then call him at (202) 225-3031 today and tell Congressman Ryan that if he doesn’t like debt, stop voting for debt, and to cosponsor HR 459, Audit the FED, and attack the root cause of our problems today!

In Liberty,

Todd Welch
Interim State Coordinator
Wisconsin Campaign for Liberty

P.S.  Breaking News:  "The Federal Reserve lent Wall St. firms a staggering $1.2 trillion in a previously unrevealed bank bailout that dwarfs the size of TARP, reports Bloomberg News." –Politico.  Call Paul Ryan right now at (202) 225-3031.  Demand that he cosponsor HR 459 to Audit the FED!


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