Thursday, October 6, 2011

Ron Paul openly mocks the Fed, the Audits completed are useless

59 comments:

  1. 30 min 20 seconds: Bankers have not supported me with donations. LOL

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  2. It's extremely sad for the USA.

    Ron Paul talks a lot of sense but you have to listen to him and follow his economic arguments, which are very sound.

    and that's the sad problem.

    I get the impression that the average American has the attention span of about 20 seconds and a brain about the size of a gnats.

    If your average 6 pack opens the refrigerator door for longer than 20 seconds he probably wonders why he's looking in there.

    I'm afraid they will vote for a corrupt loudmouth who has a chisel jaw and looks good on TV.

    Ron Paul doesn't stand a chance.

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  3. PSLV up 13% WTF? The premium is going to be 30% at days end!

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  4. Ron Paul is the man. I support him financially and with votes. I spread the word.

    His weakness is that his ideas, as correct as they are, require new thinking methods. We've been taught the wrong thing for so long that the truth seems unreasonable.

    He is very good in his books at explaining his policies. He is not so good at explaining policy in person. The issue is that there is so much to take in it is hard for him to teach the issue verbally.

    This makes him come off as a joke when he speaks the truth. That last SNL skit proves that.

    Regardless, this man gets my vote and remains the only politician that I have given money to.

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  5. Obama is going to crash the market. He needs his teleprompter:
    Obama News Conference

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  6. WU: Market is surging as he speaks you are dumb.

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  7. Sheep are dumb. What else can I say.

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  8. UPDATE 1-US Senate panel cancels Oct 6 speculation hearing

    http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/10/04/financial-cftc-hearing-idUSN1E7931HG20111004


    * Senate panel cancels Oct. 6 hearing with CFTC's Gensler

    * Delay comes as CFTC to vote Oct. 18 on position limits

    * Hearing to be rescheduled for late Oct, early Nov -Levin
    (Adds quotes, background on position limits)

    By Christopher Doering

    WASHINGTON, Oct. 4 (Reuters) - A U.S. Senate watchdog has
    canceled an Oct. 6 hearing focused on excessive speculation
    after the futures regulator said it would finalize new trading
    curbs later this month, the head of the panel told reporters on
    Tuesday.

    The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission has set "a
    fixed date" of Oct. 18 to vote on a measure that would limit
    the number of contracts any one speculative trader could hold
    in commodity markets, said Senator Carl Levin, head of the
    Senate's Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations.

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  9. "I get the impression that the average American has the attention span of about 20 seconds and a brain about the size of a gnats.

    If your average 6 pack opens the refrigerator door for longer than 20 seconds he probably wonders why he's looking in there.

    I'm afraid they will vote for a corrupt loudmouth who has a chisel jaw and looks good on TV.

    Ron Paul doesn't stand a chance. "

    There`s a key for every moron. I think Ron Paul is quite capable of finding it.
    Current context is a perfect storm for Ron Paul`s ascension. People have to believe that. If not it will create a self-fulfiling and defeating prophecy and would be a shame for that to happen. If you really support Ron Paul you should stop saying non-sense like he doesn`t stand a chance. This is the argument neocons and democrats use very often to make his supporters and other potential voters turn away from him. Don`t buy into it.

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  10. sen levin is a complete bought and paid for asshole....refuses to make cftc follow the law...go figure...his finish and the rest of the traitors will be likened to musilini....

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  11. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r3ptmm8lAMM

    Rant. ROTFLMAO

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  12. Right now JPM 31.62/ Silver 31.61

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  13. @ WU

    Still waiting for teens for silver?

    Your information has been nothing but spot on, I am sincerely surprised your website has not gone viral yet!

    DEVELOPING.........

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  14. Is anyone else watching this battle between POS and JPM?

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  15. Venezuelan gold repatriation to start in month-and-a-half - central bank

    CARACAS (Reuters) -

    Venezuela will begin repatriating its gold reserves from Western nations by mid-November, the central bank head said on Wednesday.

    "We're in the final phase of the logistics ... Soon the Venezuelan people will know when the first boat is coming," Nelson Merentes said, according to state news agency AVN.

    President Hugo Chavez announced in August that the South American OPEC member nation would bring bring home almost all its $11 billion in gold reserves held abroad -- a nationalistic move that has hurt market confidence.

    Venezuela's gold abroad is in England, Switzerland, the United States, Canada and France.


    We haven't even begun to feel the ramifications in the gold market from the removal of gold from the Bullion Banks. This is going to be fun in the next several months.


    Peru's Silver Production falls 9% from last year

    Cumulative silver production for the period from January to August 2011 dropped 9% from the same period in 2010 when silver output was 2,445,219 kilograms fine (78,615,615 ounces) to 2,216,738 kilograms (71,269,781 ounces).

    For August 2011, silver production was down nearly 6% from 316,972 kilograms (10,190,886 ounces) reported in August 2010 to 299,310 kilograms (9,623,040 ounces). The DPM attributed the decrease to production declines reported by Volcan Compania Minera, Compania Minera Ares and Compania Minera Antamina.


    There have been declines in Australia and now Peru in silver production for the first 8 months. Mexico has had some increases and I know China as well.

    These are the top 4 silver producers in the world and it looks like production is basically flat.

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  16. I just received my 1/10th oz gold eagle and my ASE from that deal highrise told us about. Now I just need my second set because I ordered them twice.

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  17. @ Green Trivial
    Much as we would like Ron Paul to be President. Wishing it and supporting it ain't going to make it happen.
    You are a person who associates with the "thinking minority". Unfortunately we are in the minority. Face facts. Turn on the TV. Read the press. The majority are morons. Morons will vote for whoever they are told to vote for. The system has it all tied up ....... unless....... You buy physical Silver and collapse the system.

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  18. Anybody know about taxes for buys and sells e.g. If you make $10k short term gains and loose $10k short term gains for the year do you not have to pay any taxes. Or is it, 28% on the gain and nothing helping on the loss?

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  19. We Sept. came and went and gutless Bart Chilton never said anything about JPM and Silver. I'M SHOCKED!

    Some of you dipshits really thought he would come through....lol

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  20. @Pete, I don't mean to speak for anyone else, but, we depend on Physical Silver to come through here at SGS, not some retarded fucking government douche bag. Oh, Pete, by the way, how is your pussy today?

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  22. Gary Lindsay....they tax you on your NET GAINS. 10-10 = 0. If you don't have a lot of money, HR BLOCK can do this for you.

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  23. Garry, the general concept is that the losses usually cancel out the gains, but there are exceptions. One being the "wash rule" which basically says if you lose money on a transaction, sell the asset, and then buy it back within 30 days, you cannot claim the loss for that transaction on your taxes until the next time you sell the asset and wait 30 days. If that makes any sense. There's plenty of websites that can explain it better than I.

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  24. Tom H, Go back and read some of the posts of SGS and others, where they were saying that their hero ole' Barty Boy would come through. LOL at those suckers.

    PS - I was buying physical Gold and Silver when you were still checking out the other guys' packages in the locker room after 3rd period P.E., so fuck off you felcher.

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  25. @SRSrocco Well, sounds fair, just wanted to make sure.

    As I have lost so much on PSLV/AGQ in the last 3 weeks I was thinking of selling some of it, negating any of my gains from earlier this year ( which ironically I used to pay last years taxes ) and buying some miners.

    Unfortunately, I missed the Tinka rocket today! Although the more money I pour into Tinka and similar others, the bigger risk I take as they are.. well... a risky junior explorers. Then again AGQ is pretty risky until Ben says he is fuelling his chopper fleet!

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  26. Pete, if you are a gold and silver bug, then why do you come to a blog with like minded people and act like a douche bag? By the way, the term "felcher" went out with hula hoop you old, crusty fuck.

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  27. Somehow, I find myself hoping Bflowers was swallowing a big gulp of coke as he read that last comment.

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  28. Ledbedder said...

    what the hell is a "felcher"?
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    Case closed Pete. You're still a douche bag, and everyone here knows what the fuck that is.

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  29. Here ya go Led:


    hulo
    What is a felcher?
    5 years ago
    R.A.M.E.

    Best Answer - Chosen by Voters

    This is a quotation from the English Wikipedia:
    "Felching is a sexual practice in which a person sucks semen out of another person's vagina or anus, with or without a straw, after a vaginal cream pie or an anal creampie."

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  30. @ledbedder
    was going to ask that same question
    @tom H
    lol

    Anyone think there is going to be a slv/gld take down before the open tomorrow?

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  31. Led, you are too fucking funny! It does sound pretty gross.

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  32. @Treez, now that I just brushed my teeth & said a prayer...well, today's close was the highest since 9/22, so that is encouraging. I am not going to get bullish/excited until I see a close above $33.585 in SIZ11. Until we break that, a smack down is possible.

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  33. Silver will close above $33.585 soon enough, and will climb to the beautiful gap at $40.469

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  34. @bobbydice: did you read postS above?

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  35. Yummy... just got another tube of ASE's in the mail today...

    I seriously have been wondering just how many ounces of physical silver got swooped up these past weeks. Up 5% today!!! I would like to see $15, but that'll never happen. $30-40 is fine with me.

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  36. @rush7 So the "wash rule" only applies if you buy the same stock/ETF back, if you buy another stock, its OK. Other than that you have to wait 30 days between sale and buy back to allow the tax loss to offset any gains from other sales.

    I actually do not see an issue with selling and buying back to help with the currents tax year. You still have to pay the taxes when you finally sell the bought back stock at the lower price in a subsequent year, for fucks sake! Uncle Sam will get his money eventually! I see the government has no issue with you going broke before it does. Oh wait, Uncle Sam is $14 trillion broke, I forget!

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  37. Tom H

    Dammit Tom ! It was TEA!

    BTW, What the Fuck is a "felcher"

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  38. Skipped down before I read what a "felcher" was,, Sorry I asked !

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  39. Mass Greek fury as EU cooks up more bad debt bailouts

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_E5eYGQjGc

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  40. Time to stop stacking silver and start stacking Cigarettes and Beer. In prison, smokes are currency, in a prison planet, smokes are worth their weight in gold. A pack weighs .90 oz. They run $5-7 a pack depending on location. Cartons are around $45-55 for 10 packs. That's 9 oz of gold per carton. And for the burners out there, stock up on some seeds for your "alternative" garden. Silver is great, but dont forget the rest. Oh, and keep some FRN's in case you need to start a fire or wipe your ass. Dont flush the bills though, since they are mostly cotton, you can wash and repeat.

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  41. SGS and all, what do you make of all the longwicked hammer formations that are littered on all sorts of charts right now ... i.e from TD to miners, etc. There's ALOT of negative vibes out there regarding the eurozone ... is this a temporary wall of worry to climb that we're seeing the starts of or would you call this a suckers rally, and to use the extended heights as opportunities to add to inverse ETF positions? ... just wondering your take on it with , say, a 6-month outlook in mind.

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  42. Been away all day and I come back to this, LOL

    "By the way, the term "felcher" went out with hula hoop you old, crusty fuck."

    ROTFLOL!!!!!

    @silverstacker,

    10$ out this way!

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  43. Speaking of Bart Chilton, he gave a speech today called 'Regulatory Reentry' that I like to call 'Regulatory Rear Entry' LOL...I'm so fucking hillarious. Anyway, you can read through it here: http://www.cftc.gov/PressRoom/SpeechesTestimony/opachilton-54 but once again, actions speak louder than words so I suggest the CFTC shut the fuck up and take some action. There are worthless nuggets like this: "I won’t delay this process now under the guise of being thoughtful in order to try and gather more time to actually kill position limits." My thought has always been this shithouse will go up in flames before anyone takes any meaningful action...but then again that has probably been the plan all along.

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  44. For those that dont know, I am the former Highrise408... just wanted to clear that up.

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  45. Stack, my wife works in a prison. She said cigarettes sell for $10 each. Not each pack, each cigarette!

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  46. @Tom H - Like I said... If that's what they go for in prison, imagine how much they will go for when all industry comes to a screeching halt nationwide next year.

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  47. Gold price suppression purposes and proofs

    http://www.cheviot.co.uk/sound-money-conference/presentations/gold-price-suppression-purposes-and-proofs

    Good vid!

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  48. We are all just rechargeable batteries to these bastards. They want to enslave us, but for what future? A utopia of spineless and mindless drones? A global collective of faceless entities? Do they really think that we will submit to this? Do they really believe that this scenario is "one size fits all" and that we are all the same? Like we wont do anything about it? Yea...sure thing. I'll give you this though, apparently money blinds. These fucks don't even know whats coming to em.

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  49. @malcom - Much appreciated... thanks for the video.

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  50. silverstacker,

    We, the world must understand that these people have been doing this since the Lombardy system in Venice, and some say as long as Egyptian times. They have never had the much information available about them and this many people trying to fight them! The are Zionist, not Jews, they hide in that religion/ethnicity to avoid detection, they are really Sun/Amen Ra worshipers, Luciferian in nature with an Superiority complex, they must die for Humans to truly become great!

    The world is waking up from their media induced comas, Americans are a bit slower due to the fluoride in the water, transfat and HFCS. But as Perry Ferrell said "some people should die!" We will win, unfortunately many will die before they relinquish power!

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  51. CISA! Comrades In Silver Arms! Your welcome bro!

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  52. again he says all the right things but nothing will happen, the fed is on way out and a NWO bank will assume the skimming for the jew bankers ... doesnt matter, folks, outside of guns on DC nothing will change ... hopefully, the metals and PM stocks can save our asses and that's not all a con too

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  53. Colin and friends,

    Soon "WE WILL" have to take action, the word is spreading trust me!

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  54. Re: capital gains ..I believe you can only deduct 3,000/yr in losses. You can carry over the remainder.. I'm no accountant so due your dd.

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  55. Silver Eagle bullion coins sales headed for another record-setting year

    http://www.thesilverchronicle.com/Archive%20Folder/October%202011/oct72011c.html

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