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President's Weekly Address: In the Name of Empire, We must Raise the Debt Ceiling

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The White House, Washington D.C.

WASHINGTON District of Criminals In this weeks address, President Obama called on both factions of the statist parties to work together to find a balanced approach to solving the nations deficit problem so that wars may continue unabated. The President emphasized the importance additional sacrifice from the people so that the federal government can overcome the chorus of those who wish to see a reduction in spending, thus allowing for the continued glorious expansion of empire.

However, to actually see the federal government’s fiscal house in order would require abolishing the third private central bank of the United States known as the FEDERAL RESERVE coupled with a return to sound CONSTITUTIONAL money backed by silver and gold. However, such a move is wholly untenable to the political-class, as it would remove their ability to maintain the loyalty of the parasitic entitlement class via wholesale printing of paper wealth FEDERAL RESERVE notes as well as their ability to fund the boondoggle of government stimulus in the form of additional jobs. Unfortunately however jobs created by government amount to nothing more than having the unemployed digging ditches with teaspoons or trimming grass with dulled scissors.

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