Lesley Stahl, “60 Minutes” correspondent, hits it right on the target with her description of “our form of democracy [that] is so broken with special interests on both sides.”
Raising money IS all that our representatives do, even though they should be working to fix America’s problems. Unfortunately, moneyed interests are able to control Congress, turning them away from the needs of the rest of the people.
Although Stahl has many problems with our political system and how it is focused around the desires of special interests, she proclaims that there is no declared method of fixing it. But we have the answer: the American Anti-Corruption Act. Check out www.Represent.Us to learn more about our movement and join in being part of the resolution.