Found this to be anecdotal

Discussion in 'Economics' started by gohstrader, Feb 19, 2008.

  1. Alexander Hamilton started the U.S. Treasury with nothing, and that was the closest our country has ever been to being even.
  2. According to the Andrew Jackson Society, when Jackson left office was the ONLY time the Gummint was debt free.

    "No American should have to live under the oppression of a sprawling oversized central government; or suffer the loss of personal autonomy and liberties to perfunctory bureaucrats; or endure the invasion of privacy by officious functionaries; or struggle through a life trying to stay ahead of inflation; or endure the nightmare of over regulation and criminalization; or tolerate mass corruption and fraud by self serving elected officials; or to grind out a living only to be ravaged by labor-wage taxes while Federal Reserve Bankers get rich off baseless currency; or die fighting in some needless war"--- Andrew Jackson

    For all you ET'ers who plan to vote for RepubliClowns or DemoCraps this Novemember, let's see ANY of your candidates hold a candle to Andrew Jackson's ideals of government.. :mad:
  3. empee


    Ron Paul; at least America had a chance to do the right thing.