How do we strip power away from corporations and the rich and install lawmakers that benefit the working class?

Asked By: Zappa Fan - 4/4/2010
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Wealth = power. Blaming money however is like blaming water for drownings. In every system there is a measure of power. In feudal days it was acres of land and numbers of workers or the soldiers you could afford to have full time. In many societies ti was the quality and quanity of horses you owned. No matter what you... More
Answered By: draciron - 4/4/2010
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Fight Club
Answered By: Alex K - 4/4/2010
you cant
Answered By: Frank - 4/4/2010
You're just another liberal with a disgusting mob mentality. "Hey they're rich! let's go get 'em!"
Answered By: Grand Theft Pants™ (the 4th) - 4/4/2010
Ban money from elections and have the candidates publicly funded. If the candidates don't need the corporations to keep them in the job, the candidates will start working for the people again.
Answered By: Jon J - 4/4/2010
You leftist don't have a clue do you. I mean really, do you think all CEO's in America are Republicans. Do you?
Answered By: Born Free Taxed To Death - 4/4/2010
Don't worry about it. The corporations are leaving in droves as we sit here typing on our little computers. Now you can just sit on your fanny and hope China will keep feeding you.
Answered By: BekindtoAnimals22 - 4/4/2010
You have to have lawmakers who don't work for themselves, and you have to have government officials who are not going to empower the elite eugenic depopulationists, or you are going to end up the same way every time... More
Answered By: Bob S - 4/4/2010
Vote for them perhaps?
Answered By: Media Man - 4/4/2010
Corporations benefit the working class by keeping them employed. It is the politicians that demonize corporations for making a profit and obstruct prosperity for the working class.
Answered By: Hank Mardukas - 4/4/2010
You can't.
Answered By: Cattitude - 4/4/2010
If you strip away too much power from corporations you won't have a working class because no one will have jobs. The biggest problem is installing lawmakers that benefit the Middle Class. The Democrats lie and say they are for the Middle class but really, they are just for their own power. The bigger the government the... More
Answered By: Smartassawhip - 4/4/2010
Unless you work for the government, you probably work for someone who is rich... More
Answered By: Edward B - 4/4/2010
Vote them out...Nader for President.
Answered By: Mizz SJG - 4/4/2010
And who will the working class work for? The government? Corporations are private entities, if you want government take-over, move to Iran. A business (within reason) should determine its financial future and health. Do you believe in a world where everyone is totally equal? And no one aspires to make any sort of... More
Answered By: ShamWow - 4/6/2010
NObamaCare does just that.
Answered By: jack m - 4/7/2010
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