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joshnorris14
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Conservatives and Liberals, what are your thoughts on QE?


Is everyone universally against it? If so, how the hell have we not gotten legislation like Audit the Fed through the Senate?






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acgeaux129
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re: Conservatives and Liberals, what are your thoughts on QE?


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how the hell have we not gotten legislation like Audit the Fed through the Senate?


So that people like Pelosi, Boehner, Reid, and the other dipshits don't attempt to "crack down" on monetary policy, a concept they don't understand at all, for the sake of political expediency.

I believe I fundamentally disagree with you about the worthiness of the central bank's existence, and that's fine. However, I think it should be as apolitical as possible.






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kingbob
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re: Conservatives and Liberals, what are your thoughts on QE?


It's a terrible policy that is causing massive inflation and devaluation of our currency and may, in the near future, cause the value of our currency to collapse sending our economy into a state of Wiemer Germany-esque Depression.





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Rockyn
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re: Conservatives and Liberals, what are your thoughts on QE?


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causing massive inflation
Link?

Why are you commenting on monetary policy having just started an MT thread asking for advice on beginner investments? I don't mean that as a dig but there's enough noise on here already.






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tigers win2
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re: Conservatives and Liberals, what are your thoughts on QE?


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It's a terrible policy that is causing massive inflation and devaluation of our currency and may, in the near future, cause the value of our currency to collapse sending our economy into a state of Wiemer Germany-esque Depression.


You don't understand the approach at all.






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