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This Is How Huge and Obscene Big Money Is In Our Politics

Posted on the 28 April 2016 by Morage @kebmebms

To show how really awful and insidious the big money is in our politics, political system and government, check this out:

Rep. Jolly: Fundraising is the MainBusiness and First Priority in Congress And note a few things about this, too.
First, the person saying it is a Republican, of all things. It's not a Democrat or an Independent or even a Libertarian. It's someone from the one political party that, more than anything, stands up and fights for the already-wealthy and corporations, time and again. The one political party that is more in the pocket of these people than any other.
Second, the news source on this is Fox. You know, the bought, sold and paid for media wing of the Republican Party. Even the people getting the money realize it's horrible and needs to end.
A little from the article:
Rep. David Jolly, (R-Fla.), discussed his proposed legislation to stop direct solicitation by members of Congress Monday on the FOX Business Network. Congress members reportedly spend as much as 30 hours a week making fundraising calls in an effort to raise at least $18,000 per day.

“We all know about the amount of money in politics. This is about the amount of time it takes to raise that money and the fact that you have a part-time Congress in a full-time world spending all their days shaking down the American people for money and not doing the job they are there for,” Jolly told Stuart Varney.
Jolly says it is a bipartisan issue that needs to be addressed.
“It is the only thing Republicans and Democrats agree on in Congress; that fundraising is the main business and the first priority.”

We couldn't agree more, Representative Jolly.
We must overturn the Citizens United ruling, end campaign contributions and at long last 
Get the Big, Ugly Money Out of Our Election System and Government.
If we don't do these, nothing will change. Nothing will change for the better, for the people, for the nation. The entire nation.

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