We are hearing a lot these days about conflicts of interest and large donations regarding Hillary Clinton and the Clinton Foundation. The fact is that conflicts of interest and large donations happen every single day within all parties in our Congress.
These individual and corporate billionaires’ donations control our politicians and their votes on bills and programs that affect all of us. Since the U.S. Supreme Court will not put limits on this massive form of corruption, it is more important now more than ever that we do our own research in choosing who we elect to represent us.
This year, let’s take the time to do our own research on how these candidates voted on issues that are important to us. Let’s listen to them when they are in debates and interviews and watch how they act and what they do.
We still have the power. We can overcome the billions of dollars that flow in and out of Washington, D.C., with our vote. We outnumber those billionaires.
Let’s send a message to Washington, D.C. We are the taxpayers, and we are in charge; with our votes, we will decide how our money will be spent.