Ron Paul: The Federal Reserve Is the Culprit!

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February 25, 2009 C-SPAN

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21 thoughts on “Ron Paul: The Federal Reserve Is the Culprit!

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  5. From Ron Paul to Pancakes,,, hm, I’m sure we could find a way to find a similarity, but okay, I’ll quit…
    after the last conversation its good we lightened it up a bit and your readers could see I’m not a flame troll… I just don’t get much of the left…

    • Good point, Buffoon.

      I learned a long time ago not to take politics personally. Unfortunately many people do and the differing political views tend to divide us instead of bring us together. We (all people of the world) have more similarities than differences, but the powers that be prey on dividing us among our differences.

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    • Pancakes are the best. You can do so much with them, too. Last time I made pancakes I put cream cheese and strawberry preserves on them and rolled them up. More like crepes, actually. May have put a little bit of syrup on top. Banana pancakes were always a hit with I had children living at home. I used to make them homemade until I realized that you can buy a box of mix and just add water to it.

      • An Army buddy of Jamaican blood showed me how to let the bananas get black and then (only then) use them in your pancakes…. supah!

        Don’t even get me started on the pancakes ugly cousin the waffle…

        • This is most off-topic the comment section has ever become.

          Yes, ripe bananas are the best to use in cooking, much sweeter. You can freeze ripe and overly ripe bananas, too, then use them to make banana bread at a later date.

    • Well, I didn’t say I agreed with Paul, although I do support ending the Federal Reserve and I like Paul’s foreign policy, end the wars, bring the troops home from ALL the bases worldwide.

      And no, CSPANjunkie is run by someone else. I do post a lot of his videos. He does a great job uploading videos every day.

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