Questions on money and politics we should ask

There are about 325 million American citizens, and 540 of them are billionaires.

Do you know which group:

Puts the most money into our electoral process?

Has the most power in our democracy?

Thinks it’s about being a Republican or a Democrat?

“Owns” the most politicians and judges in our democracy?

Is doing the best job of taking away the power of the other?

Is totally oblivious about how that’s being done?

Fails to see their collective power rapidly waning?

Is too lazy to see what the other group has planned for it?

Doesn’t want you to know their plan, explained at:

Ron Larsen


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