GOP isn't looking to help middle
The same kind of leadership is offered by Tim Eyman, whose lifestyle and anti-tax initiatives are principally supported by a wealthy, anonymous donor. I'm afraid that too many of the 99 percent have been co-opted into buying the GOP's plan. So, if we want to go back to the old system that wasn't working in 2008, we may as well bring back vaudeville. Vaudeville died because it stopped serving a purpose, but at least it kept a lot of people employed. Just put everything back the way it was at the time of the economic crash and all these "new" jobs will be created.