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originally posted by: AlaskanDad
a reply to: Puppylove
Sanders will destroy the revolving door policies that have given our country to the 1%.
originally posted by: Informer1958
Well, I hope Bernie beats Hillary in this election, and if he wins, I believe the first thing Bernie going to do is use executive power to pass a law to end Corporate lobbying during election times.
We all know Congress will not pass it.
originally posted by: Puppylove
a reply to: AlaskanDad
If Bernie does well and get's elected, and people like him. Is there anything saying he HAS to run as a democrat in the next election?
Does he have to stay democrat to be reelected?
I'm sure a well liked president could get reelected as and break the two party system.
How to Stop the Revolving Door
"As Congress prepares to consider the annual Department of Defense authorization bill and other military spending legislation totaling more than $700 billion, the need for more aggressive scrutiny is abundantly clear... These are complex problems that will require multi-faceted solutions. A good place to start would be by slowing down the "revolving door" that allows high level Pentagon bureaucrats and military officers to go to work for major defense contractors," wrote Sen. Bernie Sanders in a
Sanders: Stop the Wall Street to Washington Revolving Door
U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders on Friday said he would stop the revolving door between Wall Street and the federal government.
He cited Goldman Sachs’ deal this week to pay a $5 billion fine for bogus marketing schemes on home mortgages during the financial crisis seven years ago as the latest example of the need for independent regulators and prosecutors.
Lot's of money gets lost by the losers anyway.
And there may not be any real proof that big money actually is able to "buy" and election.
But we know big money can influence decisions after somebody is elected.
That's the real problem.
Sanders has planted a seed. A seed pops up over night and in years may turn into a fruit bearing tree, patience grasshopper.
My expectation is an assassination, but my hope is for better things.