No one likes the system of campaign finance except for the financiers

In the 2016, $6.8 billion was spent on election campaigns for president and federal congressional seats. $6.8 billion. Obscene. At the same time, 15.4 million children in the U.S. lived below the poverty line. Meaning that 15.4 million children did not have adequate food to eat and did not eat three meals a day. $6.8 billion could have given every one of those children an extra $8.00 per week for a year for their school lunches.

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The only way to cure this diseased sham of a democracy

The only way to break the perpetual cycles of money for promises and promises for money was to get the money out of the system and enact legislation in order that the same people could not perpetuate a broken system. Obviously. this was not in the best interests of the career politicians so they never did it.

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