Colorado Takes on Federal Gov’t

So, I finally got some computer time (at my house, it’s “every man for himself” lol!), & the first thing I see is this article. I thought is was interesting & decided to share!

Colorado takes on federal gov’t

February 1, 2009

Colorado Files Gold Money Bill

HB 09-1206, The Colorado Honest Money Act

Colorado Joins Indiana Picking Up Where New Hampshire Left Off !

State Rep. Kent Lambert (R), District 14, El Paso County and State Sen. Kevin Lundberg (R), District 15, Larimer County, have introduced the Colorado Honest Money Act, HB 09-1206 in the current session.

Colorado is the third state to introduce a Sound/Honest Money/Gold Bill based on the verbiage of well known Constitutional Scholar and Lawyer, Dr. Edwin Vieira of Virginia. The Gold/Sound Money Bill is compatible for any of the 50 states.

The Bill would allow Colorado to offer its citizens a choice of Gold (and Silver) coin or the Electronic equivalent in payable and receivable transactions with the state. This bold bill will finally bring Colorado back into conformance with the Constitution for the United States of America which states “No state shall…make any Thing but gold and silver Coin a Tender in Payment of Debts…”  Article 1, Section 10.

You can download the Colorado Bill at:

https://www.yousendit.com…

The Colorado Honest Money Act will be voluntary for citizens, but mandatory for certain, specialized businesses and will allow Colorado to fund the Treasury with enough assets insuring that no current state funds will need to be earmarked. The Colorado Honest Money Act is NOT a replacement for Federal Reserve Notes, but more of a competing, Constitutional currency and an insurance policy for our current, tenuous “money” system.

You can visit the Colorado State Legislature website at:

http://www.colorado.gov/c…

For more information, contact:

Representative Kent Lambert  rep.kent.lambert@comcast.net
Senator Kevin Lundberg  kevin@kevinlundberg.com

To view Indiana’s Bill visit the Indiana Honest Money website at http://www.indianahonestm…

For more background information and/or how any state could adopt “Honest Money” you may contact Harvey Wharfield at 978-635-9586 who has been involved with the concept of a Gold Money Bill for the past five years and has worked with New Hampshire, Indiana, and other states, in raising the conscientiousness of “sound money” around the country.

Special thanks to all who worked so hard to get the Colorado Honest Money Act to this exciting point.

Contact: Harvey Wharfield

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Mischievous But Very Funny!

I’m one of those people who like to laugh, whether it be at myself or someone else (never in a mean way, though!). If something strikes me funny, I’m going to laugh & there’s no way to stop it, short of shooting me in the foot (& nobody’s tried that, yet.)

Here’s what happened…I watched watched the movie Elf (Will Farrel & James Caan) not so long ago, & in one scene it showed JC’s phone ringing & WF quickly picks it up & says, “Hello, this is Buddy the Elf, what’s your favorite color?” Well, when JC gets a hold of the phone, the person hangs up. Sooo…I decided that might be fun to try! And my opportunity came today =D I answered the phone & said. “Hello, LeLayne the Elf, what’s your favorite color?” There was a pause on the other end of the line, so I say “hello” again (thinking that maybe it’s one of those weird calls that nobody answers you, so you finally hang up & I just did that for nothing). Finally the lady answers & asks if “Miss Tapp is in”. Instead of saying that’s me, I say I’m her daughter (I’m not the one receiving calls from Discover just yet.) Then I ask her to wait just a moment & I hand the phone to Mom. The woman hung up in Mom’s ear, so I guess I freaked her out just a tad. I’m also planning other things to say to telemarketers. This should really be fun!