Rep. Glen Bradley wants North Carolinians to coin their own currency

The wackiness just keeps on coming from newly-elected conservative and (former?) John Birch supporter, State Rep. Glen Bradley.

At 2:18 this morning (yikes!) the Franklin County Republican posted something entitled “Draft Language for NC Hard Tender Act of 2011” on his Facebook page. It appears to be Bradley’s rough draft of a bill modeled on a far right proposal in Utah to create “state money” In North Carolina that would be legal tender in the state.

Wonder if anyone will ask Berger and Tillis about that at their press conference tomorrow.

Next up: Repeal of that monstrous commie plot of fluoridation.

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