"'Mainstream' (in other words, slightly less nutty and less violent) religious-right Republicans have been saying the same thing as Brunn about the Fed for years, particularly the so-called 'dominionists' who believe it's their job to reestablish God's dominion on earth. They preach Old Testament-style vengeance and loony gold-standard 'economics' from many 'respectable' pulpits. They also hate America (as it is), want a revolution in the name of God, and espouse 'pro-life' beliefs, anti-gay hate, racism, and far-right Republican politics. They take the Republican anti-government propaganda to the next step and say that even paying taxes is 'unconstitutional.' I know them well.
I knew the founders of the dominionist movement -- people like the late Reverend Rousas John Rushdoony, the father of 'Christian Reconstructionism' and the modern evangelical/fundamentalist home school movement. Rushdoony (whom I met and talked with several times) believed that interracial marriage, which he referred to as 'unequal yoking,' should be made illegal. He also opposed 'enforced integration,' referred to Southern slavery as 'benevolent,' and said that 'some people are by nature slaves.'"
As we have said here many times, words matter, and those who urge on this kind of radical thought are fanning the flames of those who can't quite distinguish between the rhetoric and the need to go get their guns.