Greed And Power-Hungry Corporations Are Destroying The United States
Greed and corruption seem to go hand in hand, especially when discussing money in politics. In fact, it can be said that one major root of greed stems from the government and corporations that have accumulated their wealth and success at the expense of the common U.S. citizen. With so many greedy politicians and corporation profiting from the dismal economic reality that faces so many average Americans, one can’t help but wonder: Is greed destroying the United States? The answer is “yes.”
Many of our own legislators stand as examples of how greed is destroying the country. Their greed trickles down into our society and is reflected in the bills they approve in Congress—bills that often benefit them and the lobbyists they serve rather than the people they have forgotten. That being said, these self-serving legislators are only focused on themselves and how they will get ahead in today’s society. This self-centered, greedy approach to leadership and governing creates a sort of butterfly effect that destroys jobs, relationships, laws and our ability to do what is in the best interest of the people.
It doesn’t help matters that these politicians are often bought out by a number of groups to push through or support agendas that rarely represent the best interests of the U.S. population. These groups include:
- special interest groups
- foreign-interest groups
- irresponsible self-serving corporations
By supplying politicians with handouts which are hard for them to resist, it’s no wonder that we’re witnessing more control accumulating in the hands of special interest groups.
It is time that we stand against the greed and corporate corruption rapidly taking over our country before riots develop, like we have seen in Egypt, Libya, Ukraine and other countries. We need a Congress that can work together for the common good of the United States of America and her people. Contact your congressional representatives and ask your friends to do the same!
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