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    Unseating the Entrenched Politicians in Bed with the Corporations

    There could be simple campaign finance reform. There could be a reformed banking system. They could ban lobbyist. They could limit terms.

    What is your opinion on politicians and corporate money?

    These people have not only undermined the people, they used their office they were elected to serve the people. They used the office for personal gain. Over the years when they deceived the people into reelecting them. As time goes by, they reorganized the government structure to insure their political career will survive. They fortified the government to protect them from the people. -realman2020
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    Well yes all of those things are a good idea. But I would advocate banning of all political parties so that they cannot create large scale voting blocks.
    Life is like a fire hydrant- sometimes you help people put out their fires, but most of the time you just get peed on by every dog in the neighborhood.

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    Canada has done something in regards to the first three in recent years, and trust me it makes no difference whatsoever.

    Quote Originally Posted by Leonhardt View Post
    There could be simple campaign finance reform. There could be a reformed banking system. They could ban lobbyist. They could limit terms.

    What is your opinion on politicians and corporate money?


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    But I would advocate banning of all political parties so that they cannot create large scale voting blocks.
    That would make it more difficult to co-opt a movement, which is good.

    Also, it could curtail the power of an organization such as the Chicago Machine.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cook_Co...c_Organization

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