Saturday, March 28, 2015

Have You Ever Wondered Why Politicians Always Seem to Spend More Money Than They Make?

It doesn't matter whether they are Republican or Democrat, it seems as though all politicians have an ultimate goal of placing the People of America further and further into debt.  When this happens, it benefits the owners of America’s privately owned banks.  It does not benefit the People of America. 


America’s privately owned banks contribute funds to campaigns for both Republicans and Democrats. 





This begs the question:  are the politicians in America agents of the People of America who voted them into office; or are the politicians of America agents of the banks who funded their campaigns?  More and more voters have been asking this question. 






When a politician is elected, they need to take care of those who got them there.  This should be the voters and not the campaign contributors.  Politicians should be relying on votes instead of dollars in order to get elected.  Politicians should take care of the voters who got them elected and not the contributors who gave them dollars.  American voters need confidence that their Congress is acting in the best interest of the voters of America.  American voters need confidence that their Congress is not acting in the best interest of the banks who contributed dollars to their campaigns. 







If we eliminate campaign contributions and spending from elections, then the American voters can feel confident that their Congress is not acting in the best interest of any campaign contributors.  If we eliminate campaign contributions and spending from elections, then the American voters can feel confident that their Congress is acting in the best interest of the voters. 

With Congress acting in the best interest of the voters, the American People can have confidence allowing Congress to create our money, the way the Framers of the US Constitution intended Congress to do.  Since Congress was the only legislative body subject to all the citizens at the ballot box, it was, to the Framers of the US Constitution, the only safe depository of the profit and power of money creation as outlined in the taxing and spending clause.  

With a Legislature that is free from the potential of undue influence created by campaign contributions, the American People can have confidence that Congress will set monetary policy in the best interest of the People of America and not the privately owned banks the way it is now. 


With Congress creating money and investing it directly into the American stream of currency through budgeted spending, money will represent a debt from the Government to the People of America rather than a debt from the People of America to the privately owned banks the way it is now. 


With Congress creating our money instead of privately owned banks, we will finally have a sound money system.  When we finally have a sound money system we can have fair competition in the marketplace.  We can then rely on the free market to set interest rates rather than having artificially manipulated interest rates set by privately owned banks the way it is now. 


Banks have a duty to their shareholders.  They have a duty to increase the value of their shares on a short term basis.  Banks have been setting monetary policy and artificially manipulating interest rates in order to fulfill this duty to their shareholders.  Banks have been funding the campaigns of politicians who will increase the debt of the People of America to the banks in order to fulfill this duty to their shareholders. 


Banks are operated for the financial gain of the shareholders and not for the good of the People of America.  


America needs to stop allowing privately owned banks to create our money.  America needs to stop allowing campaign contributions and spending from controlling our election process. 


I am Jason Woodward.  I am a financial attorney and I am running for President of the United States because I want to educate the People of America about the real facts behind our monetary system. 



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