Re: Liberty Dollar Class Action Lawsuit
- From: A Veteran <georgek@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 18 Nov 2007 05:57:47 -0800
"andrew.pulaski@xxxxxxxxx" <andrew.pulaski@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Interesting how quick you try and blame NORFED. I talked to both the
Secret Service Agent and the FBI agent who confirmed that they did
indeed conduct a raid on liberty dollar. As I'm sure you have come to
realize, you "screwed the pooch" on this one. Also, the class action
lawsuite would of course be against the United States of America, just
as it would be against any common criminal who steals another mans
property. It's a real shame that this suite is forced into the hands
of a civil court, when infact, it should be a criminal matter. By the
way, which branch of the government do you work for?
What has made some people cry ³conspiracy² (wrongly in my view) is that
Liberty Dollar has been doing this for years and only gets shut down on
the eve of their first shipment of Ron Paul collection coins. The
government¹s very thin, very shabby pretense (followed by the obligatory
laundry list of infractions that they trot out anytime they seize
people¹s property) probably adds to that perception. A few million in
precious metals that are minted in such a way as to clearly denote that
the coins are not currency cannot possibly ³compete² with or ³undermine²
the trillions of federal reserve notes out there anymore than uncle Bob
swapping a calf for a few stacks of wood would undermine the paper
Of course its not a conspiracy, its just a plain old fashion abuse of
power that the government is famous for. This is why the Founders didn¹t
put any authorization for ³federal police² into the Constitution. They
didn¹t want the Revolutionary era equivalent of storm troopers busting
down your door and seizing your property in the arbitrary enforcement of
a legal code run amok. We¹ve ignored that and this sort of thing, or
worse, is the result.
when you believe the only tool you have is a hammer.
All problems look like nails.