MaxFF wrote:E-lad wrote:Max, here's an interesting article on campaign finance reform by Julian Brookes at Rolling Stone:
http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/bl ... z1sibrEEL3
Actually that's a great idea, a documentary about the Koch brothers, and their political influence. People can't just hear about corporate influence in politics as an abstract idea, they need to see the damage it causes. I'd like to think almost anyone(not including corporate executives) who catches a glimpse of that ugliness would immediately be in favor of campaign finance reform. Of course the problem is that now that corporations have amassed such huge political influence, its going to be a colossal task to restrain them. I look forward to the day when corporations are knocked down a few pegs and put in their place.
Precisely. It's become a mess with no solutions being seriously considered.