>> It's impossible for a micro group of human beings to know just
>> how much currency a legal jurisdiction needs.

Indeed, the problem is government having ANYTHING to do with "money".

Government should have nothing to do with money.

"Money" -- like say refridgerators, pillowcases or fishing hooks -- 
is (tremendously) better done secularly: nothing at all to do with 
the government.

Government "monies" are every bit as good as government schools, housing, etc.

Again, government shoudl be no more involved in "money" than they 
should in software or aluminium boat construction.


"A government that robs Peter to pay Paul can always depend
  upon the support of Paul."  --  George Bernard Shaw

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