The Logical Path to End Corruption
Alison Hartson

If people really, truly want to get money out of politics, get politics out of money. End the progressive tax system for say, a flat tax. Undo burdensome regulations that keep smaller businesses from competing. End public sector unions that bargain for more money and then line the pockets of politicians that vote to give the PSUs more money. Limit the size and scope of government so that money *can’t* influence government, because government won’t wield that kind of influence in the first place. Do people think a millionaire or a business has more or less interest in government if they are taxing them at 9%, or +35%? Campaign finance reform is a cover for failed leftist policies that hurt average people, and encourage moneyed interests to “play the game”, because a huge federal government makes it worth playing.

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