Ben Bernanke needs some time - about 20 years in jail would be appropriate for counterfeiting! Hilarious comment which rightly names Ron Paul as the hero of real Americans.

Time magazine singles out Bernanke as the man (it made him Man of The Year) to be recognized for his good deeds. We’re sure Ben’s supporters would say “Give him more time.” Well we agree. We suggest 15 to 20 years…in prison. A warm spot in a jail cell would be more appropriate for the worldwide king of counterfeiters. Every day that the Federal Reserve prints more money, it is robbing the American taxpayer — and future generations — of our wealth, property and financial stability.

On the other hand, one politician has been fighting to protect the American taxpayer for over 30 years…demanding accountability from the Fed…trying to save the American economy from the Bernankes of the world. For more than 30 years Congressman Paul has been looking out for the little guy. For more than 30 years, Congressman Paul has been trying to get Congress to think about our children’s financial future, not just today’s re-election campaign. For more than 30 years, Dr. Paul has been dogging the heels of our runaway Fed and calling them to account for their despicable practices.

Congressman Paul has been sponsoring bills to audit the Fed ever since he first entered Congress in 1976, and on six occasions Paul has introduced bills that would have ended the Fed entirely. Standing largely alone, yet seeing clearly into the future, Ron Paul has challenged a rotten to the core Fed over a period of decades, while Congressional colleagues and a mainstream media, asleep at the switch, were busily applauding people like Bernanke and Greenspan as masters of the universe and oracles of the modern world. So who was right all this time . . . and who was wrong? The answer, we’ll tell you, is crystal clear: It wasn’t the Ivy League bankers or Wall Street masters of the universe. It was a country baby doctor named Ron Paul, by a country mile. If Time magazine cared at all about the American taxpayer, its true “Person of the Year” in 2009 would certainly have been Texas Congressman Ron Paul.


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