RE: [tips_and_tricks] legal tender according to www.ustreas
- one [mailto:jm367@...] wrote:
> obviously, us treasury does not think there was repeal, if theirYou mean the way the IRS tells the truth too? Yeah..."Treasury" does
> website presents their view. So, I would reread what has raised an
> opinion of repeal very carefully, as that's how treasury reads. I
> all that was repealed was the prohibition of gold clauses in
not "think" - their owners tell them what to say, and if they want their
anticipated paychecks, they say whatever they are told.
And this is after you've read the file in the archives here, and seen
the statute itself that says it repealed HJR 192, and all the court
cases in support of lawful money and against paper, and the constitution
and everything else, and a treasury webmaster controls reality? I love
These people will ALWAYS interpret anything in their own favor!
And we should start doing that too. In fact the courts advise us to do
that. This is part of the reason I'm not going to get too involved
trying to prove anything here...the law it what it says. I'm holding
them to the literal words. I don't care what anyone's opinion is if
they anticipate a paycheck. I don't respect them for it for many
reasons, although I do respect their right to make that decision for
themselves, maybe like Bear may not respect someone who just finished
reading his Bible and then decided to become a Hindu.