Agree, and Bush told that woman how proud he was that she worked three jobs instead of saying the system is rigged against average Americans.<quoted text>
Wage slaves are a sure reality.
People with three part time jobs that are deciding whether to buy food or pay the electric bill.
Sad, but true!
Under The Influence
60 Minutes' Steve Kroft Reports On Drug Lobbyists' Role in Passing Bill That Keeps Drug Prices High http://tinyurl.com/ytolh8 / July 23, 2007
If you have ever wondered why the cost of prescription drugs in the United States are the highest in the world or why it's illegal to import cheaper drugs from Canada or Mexico, you need look no further than the pharmaceutical lobby and its influence in Washington, D.C.
According to a report by the Center for Public Integrity, congressmen are outnumbered two to one by lobbyists for an industry that spends roughly $100 million a year in campaign contributions and lobbying expenses to protect its profits.
Spending on Lobbying Thrives
Drug and health products industries invest $182 million to influence legislation
Testimony of Ralph Nader
Before the Committee on the Budget U.S. House of Representatives
June 30, 1999
Lou Dobbs: Congress stiffs working Americans
Tom Delay & Bush Republicans Only Benefit The Wealthy Video