Is the US government running the country in our best interest or the corporations?
I think the country is run for the interest of all Americans, and not the other way round.
The corporations control the lobbyist who control the agenda in washington. we, the people, as individuals, are powerless.
Clearly for the corporations, they just act as though the corporations have our best interest in mind.
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