The 28th Amendment. A New American Revolution?

If we examine the historical record, we will find ample evidence that this fight isn’t new. President Teddy Roosevelt fought very hard against the denaturation of our political process that large sums of money injected into the system caused, consequently harming our democracy. President Franklin Roosevelt was also very sensitive to the dangers of unlimited money flowing through the corridors of power. My favorite senators share this concern as well, for example Senator Bernie Sanders had made repealing Citizen’s United a key part of his campaign platform and Hillary Clinton followed suit very quickly. This November I will vote for Hillary Clinton and come January 2017, I will hold her to that promise, I know the road to making the 28th amendment happen will be long and hard, but our democracy is worth it.

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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/david-ropeik/the-28th-amendment-a-new_b_12235494.html?section=us_politics

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