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  • N2Doc (9097 posts)

    Sunday's PBS Toon – Money

    Pastiche, Pacco Fransisco, nevereVereven and 19 otherscanoeist52, NothingcleverjustRay, Coldmountaintrail, Enthusiast, Satan, leftcoastmountains, twenty, MistaP, Iwalani88, LiberalElite, LaaDeeDaaVA, NV Wino, broiles, daleanime, Johnny Rash, Bearian, retired liberal, iggy, KarenS like this
    "But nothing ever changes unless there's some pain" - Tears For Fears "Goodnight Song"

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  • retired liberal (2847 posts)

    1. I think Iceland had the best idea.

    Prison for corrupt officials. It sure worked better what we do; fineing them their lunch money, which they replaced from petty cash.

    No matter how cynical you become, it's never enough to keep up. Lily Tomlin ::: Society would be much better off if a simple law was passed... That upon a Company/Organization acting unlawfully, the Directors/Executives/Senior Management (and anyone directly involved) shall be held personally liable and upon successful prosecution will face jail time.
    • BillZBubb (4045 posts)

      2. According to our Supreme Court, "contributions" aren't corruption.

      They are a celebration of free speech. The more money you have the more free speech you are allowed.

      DemExit! Don't give the Democrats a dime. Don't identify as a Democrat. Drop Democratic identification below 20%. Only then will they support true progressive policy. Until then, corporate money rules.
  • MistaP (10874 posts)

    3. remember when Her votaries said those multimillion contributions only proved

    how little she was influenced by money?

    the Clinton campaign created Trump with the Pied Piper strategy (Third Way = Bell Curve)
  • Enthusiast (15880 posts)

    4. Recommended to the max!

    "I hope we shall crush in its birth the aristocracy of our monied corporations which dare already to challenge our government to a trial by strength, and bid defiance to the laws of our country." Thomas Jefferson