Radical Changes for a Sustainable Economy

From my research, $18 trillion (the amount pumped into the economy to bail out the banks), $214 billion (the amount corporations have spent buying back their stock) and 3 billionaires owning more than 150 million in the US stand out.

The financial sector has weakened and distorted the government. The revenue crisis is really a tax-refusal crisis.

Paul Ryan should gain a new perspective and look back on his deceitful career of corporate enrichment as a lucky roll of the dice!

Unlike a chair, an idea can be shared by a whole people. Time for Democrats to embrace social programs instead of corporate profiteering!

more at www.citizen.org, www.openculture.com, www.onthecommons.org, www.therealnews.org and www.kickitover.org

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