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Am I thinking about being a lobbyist for people who can’t lobby for themselves? Yes!


  • I’m mad as hell over the takeover over Of America by Corporations.
  • I see all the issues they influence by purchasing our Politicians on the State and Federal level, shaping their narrative into Federal Policy that controls the lives of 360 million people.  Through their Corporate clout, they make policy decisions that affect our lives and livelihoods.  No Surprise, look at their sphere of influence:
  • : SSRN-id3356651.pdf unknown-23 B   on Page 26: Chart of CEO Political preferences by Industry
  • 26 The Politics of CEOs [March 2019] Table 5: CEO Political Preferences by Industry

    Figure 4 shows for each industry how the patterns of CEO support vary over time. It indicates that, for any given industry and any year during our period of examination, the percentage of Republicans greatly exceeds the percentage of Democrats. The only exceptions are business equipment and telecoms in the years 2016 and 2017: During this period, in these two sectors Republicans and Democrats were similarly represented among CEOs.

  1. Water rights
  2. Drilling rights
  3. Incarceration
  4. Addiction
  5. Healthcare
  6. Punishment
  7. Voting rights
  8. Gun Ownership

The people will not achieve wealth as long as Trump is President and present day Republicans are in power.  People make Policy and people can change.  Inequality will not end until, “we the People” take back our rights.  Why should a powerful minority control the lives of 360 million people?

The country is not far left , but “We the People’ have had enough. I want the next President to be backed up by a Congress that will vote for change that benefits “we the People”.  I know we can spend your way out of this stagnation by concentrating on Climate Mitigation.  How many more Climate Catastrophes have to occur, before you’re convinced?

  • I go with the Economist on most recommendations.  I like Sherrod Brown & Bennett’s Money to poor families for child care:  $250-300 here and  then, add a little more there, you’re at my Basic Living Wage of $12,000 per family for all families and singles making $75,000 or less coming from $1.7 trillion in bonds at the treasury. Equal out the playing field somewhat and reward 154 million folks. Add that to all my proposals.

Then, let’s talk new thoughts, A Labor Revolution, I’ll be your Lobbyist, I’ll collect your proxies and labor will have a voice in corporations.  If the Activist Investors can dictate terms to management, get seats on the Board, “we the People”, can do it , too!  Read my Post and I’ll explain.

See you later and we’ll chat.

“the Heart and pulse of “we the People””

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Develop a Lobbying organization to support Labors wishes for fair wages and quality benefits. Seats on the Corporate Board. Transparency in wages and growth opportunities. All salaries within every job description to be published leading to equality and gender equality, too! Privacy from management review. No information, except how many are represented, to be revealed. I will hire a team to work with me, and you, the Corporate employee, will control & dictate, all actions to be taken.


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