The ORIGINAL gathering place for a merry band of Three Percenters. (As denounced by Bill Clinton on CNN!)
Boy, I am am glad I live in a free state like this one. At least ours is looking into this. Go Virginia!
The link doesn't go to the article, Mike, but a log in page. Can't see it.
Unfortunately the Constitution reserves the right to coin money to the federal government (Article I Section 8 clause 5) and the ninth and tenth amendments kind of limit that right.
Nice to see a fellow Virginian has the balls to introduce this. There is a reason why Virginia is the only state left in the Mid-Atlantic or North East that really scares the statists or that is considered a significant risk of revolting (e.g. like Idaho, Montana, Alaska, Texas, etc). We're also the most gun friendly state in the region and the only one that does not have a state budget [bankruptcy] problem.
We're doing the same thing in South Carolina, rmember state Rep. Mike Pitt. I had dinner with him last month to talk about this subject.
About damn time...
This is HUGE. A VERY large proportion of the state's economy is military and CIVILIAN jobs related to military bases. The Pentagon -- whose workforce exceeds the population of some CITIES -- and Norfolk Naval Base, the world's largest, are here. For these men and women with individual federal umbilical cords to talk openly about this is significant. Fed-heads casting a no-confidence vote. Whoa. Would the federal government accept paying its employees in a currency it did not pwn? You know "pwn," right? It's when an experienced player dominates a newbie in a multiplayer online game. "Own" mis-typed.
Mr. Vanderboegh:Thank you for posting this.I've now embedded it on my own web site, so others may become aware of it, and I'm giving you proper credit.John Robert MallerneeArmed Forces Retirement HomeGulfport, Mississippi 39507
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