Posted 7 years ago on May 20, 2012, 12:28 p.m. EST by shawn80
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I've been thinking lately that auditing the fed and getting rid of the fed is one of the most important ways to go forward. I think Dennis Kucinich and Ron Paul should lead a bipartisan group to audit the fed, decide what should be done to fix the problems, then be in charge of implementing the changes. It would be good if they could each choose a few people to help them with the task. Since it would be a bipartisan group led by two people with a passion to fix this problem, I think it would get the support of the mainstream, and possibly the president too. Just thought I'd share this idea and see what you guys think.