national inflation association
Sarah Palin has deployed an application for the appointment of a serious attack on the U. S. Federal Reserve warns of the danger and the high inflation.The former vice presidential consideration of the global debate on the Federal Reserve 600 billion U.S. dollars (373 billion pound) plan to buy the debt, and the proposed Chairman Ben Bernanke to be the "stop".
In a speech to a trade organization in Phoenix, Mrs. Palin said: "We should not play with the inflation we are not temporary, artificial growth bought at the expense of permanently higher inflation erode the value of what I want. The income and savings."
Ms. Palin is widely regarded as a potential candidate for the 2012 presidential race and his comments came less than two weeks after Karl Rove, former senior advisor to George W. Bush is on the "seriousness" was in the office.