Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Colorado Senators to Vote to Join Utah Allowing Gold & Silver as Legal Tender

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Eric Sprott told The Doc this week that silver will become a currency again. Slowly but surely, we are seeing signs evidencing this. 
Colorado State Senators are considering a bill that would remonetize both gold and silver as legal tender currency in the state of Colorado, following the similar measure already passed in the state of Utah last year.   As many as 12 other states currently have similar bills in progress in state legislatures. 
Whether Ron Paul succeeds in obtaining the Republican nomination for President, he has positively succeeded in stirring the awakening of the American people back to our roots of freedom and strong currency.

Colorado State Senators will consider a bill that would allow people to use gold and silver as currency.
A similar measure is already in place in Utah and is being considered in 12 other states, reports CBS Station KCNC.
Supporters are concerned about the strength of the U.S. dollar.
The sponsors of the bill say they are concerned about the strength of the U.S. dollar, public debt, and currency devaluation.
“Over history just about every country in the world that has had a serious debt crisis has intentionally inflated their currency,” Sen. Kent Lambert, R, told KCNC’s Michelle Griego.
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