It is funny how the work of the rich is placed as so much worthy than the poor, when they do so much less physical work and have more leisure, and in reality could be replaced much more easily than any working class person. Give anyone a ton of money, and some schooling on how to handle it, and you will have wealth. But I would love to see the rich switch places and do physical work everyday for the rest of thier lives.
In America, you have TWO YEARS before a bank is allowed to begin foreclosure. And that's only if not a single payment has been made in that time.
I'd ask you to provide citation and examples of each of these instances, but for even if you bothered, I have three rebuttal citations waiting for each.
That last one in the *Poor* category is especially stupid since it's non-quantifiable, hyperbolic and inflammatory.
And Leftists are just as guilty of the stuff laid on on the left side of this thing as Right-Wingers are. Need I go into Warren Buffet's inefficient and dangerous transportation of oil by rail which is the *true* reason behind Obama's denial of the Keystone Pipeline? Or perhaps all of the 'Green projects' that have gone belly-up, into which The Left poured *billions* of our dollars? Maybe you'd like me to delve into Barney Frank's atrocities via Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac?
You can't assign crimes to certain political parties as a matter of fact.
Criminal acts, abuse of the poor and corruption knows no party boundary. And don't you even *try* to continue the lie about 'Well, one party lies more than the other...'
It's a lie no matter who says it. As far as I'm concerned, both are becoming rotted. We need something more akin to British Parliament in this country with numerous parties representing more specific interests. And *NO* dynasties like Clinton, Bush or Kennedy. NO lifetime jobs. NO terms greater than four years.
It's a disgrace, what's happening now, and lies like this only add to the 'tail-chasing' futility.
Yes, too many options for big money to buy out would truly hinder politicians working solely to their donators interests. Frankly what I think needs to happen is either multiple parties or no parties and a carved in stone limit to the means by which a candidate can conduct their campaign, all ads paid for by taxes and absolutely nothing extra allowed by any means, a political ad appearing paid for by private funds receiving a stiff penalty to whoever paid for it, so every candidate gets exactly the same time to deliver their message. Limit the time to say what they mean to say and you'll likely cut mudslinging out completely when candidates have finite time to tell the voters what they'll be voting for.