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to protect us. Make economic deisions. provide public services. Maintain social order.

Beyond an ambiguous capacity to borrow undefined "money," there is in fact *neither* any responsibility, nor any actual authority whatever of the United States' federal government to "make economic decisions" of the kind to which you most likely refer, to borrow beyond terminal sums of artificial debt, purportedly to rescue an unauthorizable, imposed, and unassented obfuscation of the public currency which itself can only multiply artificial debt into terminal sums of artificial debt.

Explicitly, the Constitution otherwise only attempts to fix the abstract value of "a dollar" to gold or silver. To its fatal fault then, it restricts the circulation to the volume of gold and silver monetary reserves on hand. The Constitution therefore does not even stipulate an abidable structure for a monetary system. On the contrary, to its fault, its faulty concept of a gold or silver standard makes it impossible to maintain a circulation which is always equal to, fully disposable to, and therefore representative of, and capable of sustaining all the industry, production and commerce which otherwise, we would be capable of sustaining.

Moreover, Congress and President Woodrow Wilson unconstitutionally delegated any power over the structure of a proper, justified economy, to the so called Federal Reserve System, which in the whole of its many purposed deceptions, is neither federal nor a reserve of anything.

The reason then that we endured a first Great Depression but just fifteen years after the so called Federal Reserve promised (without qualification) to solve the very things it could only cause, and the same reason that we will suffer a second global depression unless we rectify the obfuscated currency of the so called Federal Reserve, is that every central bank imposed upon the present world can only multiply artificial indebtedness into inevitably terminal sums of artificial debt.

Thus for whatever pretended purpose of sustaining an unauthorized system of exploitation which can only fail under terminal sums of artificial debt to pretended creditors who only publish evidence of our promissory obligations to each other, the only "economic decision" which is possible for a federal government so in breach of the Constitution and its people, is to borrow further "money," even further beyond the already exceeded limits of our credit worthiness. Every such pretended attempt to rescue the terminal system of exploitation therefore only perpetuates it by in fact expediting the inevitable failure, should we even move to service this hideous debt above an already terminal sum of debt. Likewise, even if we do not, we simply pay "the money" immediately out of the general circulation, requiring further pretended rescue, because in the midst of the terminal failure, our credit worthiness has inherently been destroyed by the very sum of debt which exceeds our capacity to service current sums of debt, or borrow further, as is necessary to maintain a vital circulation as we perpetually pay interest and principal out of the general circulation. Thus, even if *we* do not and cannot borrow further, the unlawful government continues to borrow beyond even its conceivable means, thus perpetually increasing the sum of artificial debt so much as periodic interest on an ever greater sum of debt, not because it must, but because its one bought and sold course is to serve the very perpetrators of this terminal system of exploitation.

The problem therefore is not even that a justified, lawful federal government therefore needs "to make economic decisions." On the contrary, the problem is that a lawful federal government would cease the present, purposed evasion of a public, transparent establishment of the fundamental principles which can and would comprise an actual economy, without inflation or deflation, without systemic manipulation of the cost or value of money or property, and without inherent, irreversible, and therefore terminal multiplication of artificial indebtedness in proportion to an always finite capacity to service artificial debt.

All the "economic decisions" made by "your" "federal government" therefore are not only unlawful, unconstitutional, criminal, and inept; all that they can accomplish, by borrowing further in the pretended attempt to save us, is increase the artificial indebtedness which instead ensures our terminal failure.

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What is the responsibility of the federal government?

Assuming you mean the present federal government of the United States of America, the principal fundamental responsibility of the federal government is to represent the people. Poor students of the potential forms of government today regularly refer to the United States and its many likenesses as democracies; but we are not a democracy, we are a republic. When Benjamin Franklin was leaving a final session of the Constitutional Congress, a woman asked him, "What kind of government have they given us?" Reportedly Franklin answered, "A republic. If you can keep it."

Of course, there was a profound reason for this answer. By definition or formal structure, the object and means of a republic are to represent its ostensibly self determined people, who in fact are self determined then only to the extent of their actual, unreserved, and wholly knowledgeable, competent consent, not just of a majority, but of each and every affected individual.

The general object of a republic therefore is to govern all alike, most efficiently, without impediment, unnecessary cost, or favor. Thus the idea of its design and the very experience of its inspiration are that every failure to meet this standard of one common justice ultimately engenders an instability which is only resolved by the eventual achievement of one common, indisputable justice. In other words, neither incompetence or abuse of power are to prevail but inadvertently and temporarily in a republic, because inevitably the offended stand their rightful ground.

By intention therefore, a republic is both the means of strictly assented government, and of perpetual refinement of everypotential fault of government.

As we see everywhere around us, the decay of a republic is an ever possible consequence of an apathetic people, who fail to refine their government as necessary. This of course was not only what Franklin meant when he added, "If you can keep it." It is also the responsibility which Thomas Jefferson profoundly expressed in his Declaration of Independence, by indicating that it is not only our right, but our duty to stand forever, without delay, and without exception, against all impropriety --- or of course, we are only hapless victims of our own ineptitude, only pretending to uphold or appreciate the objects of the vital tool which a republic comprises.

As every republic inherently revolves about a vital constitution then, one of the most marked signs of the degeneration of a republic is the breaching of its constitution by the very government itself.

And so it is to the very Constitution that you should first and foremost inquire, to find not only the actual responsibilities of the federal government, but the very responsibilities to which you are obliged perpetually to hold the federal government fully accountable.

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- Enforcing laws passed by Congress [Executive Branch]

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Your guess is as good as theirs. I think it's written somewhere in the Constitution, but there really seems to be no rhyme or reason to their actions.

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federal government has responsibilities for defence, currency, trade customs, immigrations and postal/communication.

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to keep people safe and keep criminals out of society

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