Gold, Inflated Dollars, And The Destruction Of The Dollar

If the American people allow private banks to control the issuance of their currency, first by inflation and then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of all their property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered –

Thomas Jefferson

We were warned by a Founding Father, and yet we still allowed the central bankers to control our economy.

What is occurring right now with the sell off of our dollars by foreign central banks, the rise in gold futures to $1062 today, and the out of control federal deficit is just the warning bell of something tragic this way coming…they lost control of what appears to be an economic burn they started, and they will lose control of this chess maneuver, with millions of Americans as collateral damage.

On a daily basis, it appears that the Obama administration, the previous Bush administration, and the current Congress are trying to crash the dollar so as to pay back the deficit with inflated dollars.  Good for them, a life and death situation for us, “we the people”.  In my humble opinion, this issue is more important than any other issue currently at stake for our country and the world. How is the average american’s life going to change when it takes a wheelbarrow of dollars to buy a loaf of bread?

For those of you that are still unaware of the financial coup that happened in 1913 – go here – AND LEARN.  You will learn how money works in our country, who actually benefits, and keep from being bamboozled again.

No conspiracy, just facts.

45% Of Doctors Will Quit; Who Is Misinformed?

News1News has stated on this video that Glenn Beck is delusional and inferring that Glenn is not getting his facts straight.

FOX’s Delusional Glenn Beck: 45% Of Doctors Are Going To Quit If Health Reform Passes – [Note He Says “Doctors” Not “Medical Students”] – 10/12/09

Too bad News1News does not read sources across the political spectrum. (Note the date of this article)

45% Of Doctors Would Consider Quitting If Congress Passes Health Care Overhaul



Posted 09/15/2009 07:09 PM ET

Two of every three practicing physicians oppose the medical overhaul plan under consideration in Washington, and hundreds of thousands would think about shutting down their practices or retiring early if it were adopted, a new IBD/TIPP Poll has found.

The poll contradicts the claims of not only the White House, but also doctors’ own lobby — the powerful American Medical Association — both of which suggest the medical profession is behind the proposed overhaul.

It also calls into question whether an overhaul is even doable; 72% of the doctors polled disagree with the administration’s claim that the government can cover 47 million more people with better-quality care at lower cost.

The IBD/TIPP Poll was conducted by mail the past two weeks, with 1,376 practicing physicians chosen randomly throughout the country taking part. Responses are still coming in, and doctors’ positions on related topics — including the impact of an overhaul on senior care, medical school applications and drug development — will be covered later in this series.

Major findings included:

Two-thirds, or 65%, of doctors say they oppose the proposed government expansion plan. This contradicts the administration’s claims that doctors are part of an “unprecedented coalition” supporting a medical overhaul. (emphasis mine)

It also differs with findings of a poll released Monday by National Public Radio that suggests a “majority of physicians want public and private insurance options,” and clashes with media reports such as Tuesday’s front-page story in the Los Angeles Times with the headline “Doctors Go For Obama’s Reform.”

Nowhere in the Times story does it say doctors as a whole back the overhaul. It says only that the AMA — the “association representing the nation’s physicians” and what “many still regard as the country’s premier lobbying force” — is “lobbying and advertising to win public support for President Obama’s sweeping plan.”

The AMA, in fact, represents approximately 18% of physicians and has been hit with a number of defections by members opposed to the AMA’s support of Democrats’ proposed health care overhaul. (emphasis mine)

Four of nine doctors, or 45%, said they “would consider leaving their practice or taking an early retirement” if Congress passes the plan the Democratic majority and White House have in mind. (emphasis mine)

More than 800,000 doctors were practicing in 2006, the government says. Projecting the poll’s finding onto that population, 360,000 doctors would consider quitting. (emphasis mine)

Losing 360,000 doctors while adding 47 million patients would result in lower quality care, rationing, and death panels – ya think?

Your Daily Glenn Beck, 10.12.09: Who Really Wins On Healthcare Reform?

Glenn starts this program with the new war on terrorism: The White House vs. Fox News.  Fox News is the new “Enemy of the State”?

He then continues to lay out who exactly is benefiting from the healthcare reform being put forward by the dems – and it isn’t us.  Can you say SEIU?

White House: Fox News Is “Communications Arm Of The Republican Party” 10.11.09

Fox News this morning:

Fox News Responds To Anita Dunn’s Criticism 10.12.09

Glenn Beck: Who Really Wins?

Glenn Beck – Obama Goes To War With Fox News And Freedom Of Speech

Steve Wynn vs. Jennifer Granholm

(H/T Dug)

The stupidity of the people in government no longer amazes me. Jennifer Granholm trying to argue with Steve Wynn is highly entertaining though.

From Who Knew? on 3.06.09:

And it appears the rest of the country is catching up to us when we knew that these corruptocrats were not qualified to run the biggest economy in the world.  I’m still for drafting Steve Wynn for president until the economy turns around.  I am sure that a company that has the foresight to have $1.1 BILLION in cash on hand at a time like this, and is cutting spending and reducing salaries instead of laying people off might actually know how to turn this economy around; Timothy?  Not So Much.

Baucus Bill Raises A Family’s Premium By $4K

Surprised?  Did.Not.Think.So.  And this without a public option?

On the flipside, this audit did come from America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) which has their own agenda.

New Bill Would Raise Rates, Says Insurance Group

After months of collaboration on President Obama’s attempt to overhaul the nation’s health-care system, the insurance industry plans to strike out against the effort on Monday with a report warning that the typical family premium in 2019 could cost $4,000 more than projected.

The critique, coming one day before a critical Senate committee vote on the legislation, sparked a sharp response from the Obama administration. It also signaled an end to the fragile detente between two central players in this year’s health-care reform drama.

Industry officials said they intend to circulate the report prepared by PricewaterhouseCoopers on Capitol Hill and promote it in new advertisements. That could complicate Democratic hopes for action on the legislation this week.

Administration officials, who spent much of the spring and summer wooing the insurers, questioned the timing and authorship of the report, which was paid for by America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP), an industry trade group.

The developments came as administration officials were beginning to boast of fresh momentum in the drive to remake the nation’s $2.4 trillion health sector. Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus (D-Mont.) has expressed confidence he has the votes to pass his 10-year, $829 billion legislation out of committee on Tuesday, enabling party leaders to prepare a final bill for floor debate.

“The report makes clear that several major provisions in the current legislative proposal will cause health care costs to increase far faster and higher than they would under the current system,” Karen Ignagni, AHIP’s president and chief executive, wrote to board members Sunday. “Between 2010 and 2019 the cumulative increases in the cost of a typical family policy under this reform proposal will be approximately $20,700 more than it would be under the current system.”

Stuart Varney breaks it down:

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