Montana considers return to gold, silver dollars

A bill being considered in the Montana Legislature blasts the Federal Reserve’s role in America’s money policy and permits the state to conduct business in gold and silver instead of the Fed’s legal tender notes.

Montana H.B. 639, sponsored by State Rep. Bob Wagner, R-Harrison, doesn’t require the state or citizens to conduct business in gold or silver, but it does require the state to calculate certain transactions in both the current legal tender system and in an electronic gold currency. It further mandates that the state must accept payments in gold or silver for various fees and purchases.
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Does Montana see hard times ahead under the Obama ruling party? The more money printed the less the dollar will be worth and Obama is printing and spending faster than anytime in history.


(1) Planting the seeds of the next shamnesty


3 comments on “Montana considers return to gold, silver dollars

  1. Paper money has no ‘real’ value. At least gold and sliver dollars retain the market value of gold and sliver contained in these coins!

    I say YES, lets return to a gold / sliver standard.

  2. I few months ago, I would have said you were nuts. Now I’m starting to think you’re right. Live and learn.

    Hope and Change.

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