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Corporations Rule, who owns
Lets face it, for the average American the odds
are stacked against them, the two party political system is no
longer working for the people who elect politicians into positions
of power. This is true for both major parties who are mostly
owned by corporate America. Washington is crawling with lobbyists
and awash with dirty money that is used to buy our politicians
so they can take the 'corporate' position on an issue, push for
de-regulation or vote on a bill that would benefit his or her
It's no surprise that Gov.Scot Walker
of Wisconsin who is in the proses of crushing the unions, slashing
a spending budget and who wants the people to adopt their 'share'
of a economic mess they had nothing to do with. When will the
ultra rich the 2% that benefit from the extension of the Bush
tax cuts foot their share of this 'shared burden'?
The same bought politician Gov. Walker
who has received campaign funding from the billionaire Koch brothers
and took a 20 minute phone call from a blogger posing as David
Koch. I wonder if the average tax paying hard working citizen
of Wisconsin would have had the same access? I would say not,
as it's the money that buys the access.