Inflation Isn’t For Everybody

06 Aug

Inflation Isn’t For Everybody

Inflation is a problem for everyone. Over nine percent nationally.  Double digits in Phoenix.  Incomes aren’t keeping up with rising prices.  Plus rents are going up about one percent a month.

So, it’s a problem for everyone, right?

Well, not so fast!

It’s not a problem for me, says one senior official at the Federal Reserve, the institution that is the author of our currency’s destruction.

Mary Daly is the President of the San Francisco Fed.  In a Reuters interview, Daly explained that it’s not a problem for her.  Because she has enough:  “I don’t feel the pain of inflation anymore. I see prices rising but I have enough… I sometimes balk at the price of things, but I don’t find myself in a space where I have to make tradeoffs because I have enough, and many Americans have enough.”

Pretty cavalier, don’t you think?

Daly is paid $422,900 a year.  Not to mention medical, vision, and dental insurance.  Pension plans.  Private dining rooms.  Aircraft.  Cars and drivers.

Daly doesn’t feel your pain. She has enough. 

The sign at the front door of the SF Fed reads, “, “Our work touches every American and countless global citizens.” Yes, it touches them just like a pickpocket touches them, reducing the value of their savings without the benefit of public debate or legislation.

If you are not a Federal Reserve official and you believe that inflation is a problem, why not speak with a Republic Monetary Exchange professional?  Take steps today to protect yourself, your family, and your wealth with precious metals.  Fed officials like Mary Daly can’t print more gold and silver!