Originally Posted by TonyR
So you're going to continue to pretend that unions have as much power and control in Washington as corporations?
I think I said I wasn't equating the two. Business' influence is probably greater overall, but far more bipartisan. Not that that necessarily matters from some people's perspectives.
But, like I also said, the object of reform can't just be to cut out the other guys' special interests while maintaining your own. Even if they're slightly less well-funded. I guess that's just a principle statement though. In reality it really is about kneecapping the other guys' supporters. His interests are always "special interests" My interests, are of course, "the will of the people"