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WATCH: Rand Paul Says What His Spineless Republican Colleagues Won't

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Yeah, inflation is still crazy high, and eggs cost $6 a dozen now, but what we really need is to spend millions of dollars in taxpayer money on LGBT "pride centers" while shoveling even more money into the black hole that is the Department of Defense. You'd hope that we'd at least get extra spending for border security in such a monstrosity of a bill, but nope, there's a provision that expressly disallows that.

It's that time of year again. No, I'm not talking about the wonders of the Christmas season. I'm talking about the US Congress coming together to shove a giant omnibus bill down the throats of hurting Americans.

Yeah, inflation is still crazy high, and eggs cost $6 a dozen now, but what we really need is to spend millions of dollars in taxpayer money on LGBT "pride centers" while shoveling even more money into the black hole that is the Department of Defense. You'd hope that we'd at least get extra spending for border security in such a monstrosity of a bill, but nope, there's a provision that expressly disallows that.

Because of course there is.

And don't expect Republican leadership to stand in the way of the gravy train. Heck, they are all for it. Mitch McConnell even praised the omnibus as a major win for the right, suggesting the GOP got all its priorities. A sane person would ask what the trade-off was and whether it was worth it. Unfortunately, there aren't many of those around.

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Comment by Ed Price (10621)
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Hurray for Rand Paul. For a guy playing inside the game, he says it right out in the open, maybe more and better than anybody. But I wish he and others like him would get down to the simple basics, the corruption of the Federal Reserve Bank. The particular devastating corruption of the Bank is the loan department. The promissory note the borrower signs becomes a negotiable instrument, and with the bank's help, as a NI, the note becomes money. This means that the borrower paid off the loan twice, the first time right at the beginning of the loan when he gave the promissory note to the banker. Further payments over the years are like gifts to the Fed, that they use to print more money (for Ukraine), thereby causing inflation.



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