Nothing defines members of congress more accurately than how they vote on key issues. Far more often than not, you’ll find Tom Udall’s votes on the “wrong” side of important bills! Reference supporting article links below.
What This Vote Does:
This votes for a continuation of easy money policies of the Federal Reserve. This means a continuation of low interest rates which hurts savers and older people who live off savings put into CDs. This means increased money supply which causes real inflation despite what government figures say. This means that the rich get richer, money flows into the stock market, and the rich, who have credit, can continue to build empires on other peoples money. This votes for big banks getting bigger and Wall Street pumping lots more money into the campaigns of politicians of both parties. This means that printing money, borrowing money will increase and more and more of tax revenues will go towards paying the interest payments on the National Debt. This votes for more secrecy for the UNAUDITED FED, more power for the bankster mafia that runs the federal reserve, and creation of a debt that will never be repaid and haunt generations to come.
What Vote Aids Middle America: “No”
What Tom Udall Voted: “Yes”
Tom Udall votes enthusiastically to hurt the very people he says he works hard for – the middle class. With the Federal Reserve printing money out of thin air, then loaning it at fantastic rates to member banks ,who then mark it up and loan it to you for a profit, life is good. Tom Udall continues his career as a big spender politician, skilled at buying votes, and convincing people he is for the hard working middle class. The Federal Reserve is a private corporation that makes money off government excess, and operates without audit or control. When Tom Udall votes for a continuation of Fed policies he is NOT for the middle class. He helps the rich get rich and has more money to pass out to the poor. The Federal Reserve is just an enabler for the Federal governments inability to create a budget, set priorities, and live within their means.