"While about 1 percent of Americans are considered millionaires, 44 percent of members of Congress were in that category. Fifty members had wealth topping $10 million."
Hard to say if Millionaires can relate to what it's like for the rest of America.
by Stacie L6 years ago
At Least 13 New Republican Members Of Congress Hire Corporate Lobbyists To Manage Their Office To many Americans, Washington is fundamentally broken. While corporations enjoy record profits and executives reward...
by mikelong6 years ago
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2011/07 … k1%7C77674If businesses could play by the rules, perhaps they wouldn't need to be watched...
by Holle Abee5 years ago
On the names Bill Maher called Sarah Palin:http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/ … maher.htmlBUT they had a field day with what Rush said. And before you even ask, yes, I did say on these forums that Fluke...
by Angel Davitkov6 years ago
Would you have used an attorney in the past few years for ANYTHING if someone ELSE would have paid ALL or PART of the attorney bill FOR you?
by TSAD4 years ago
Are you outraged over Congressional abuse of Leadership PAC money? Are you tired of an ineffective government run by a privileged class that has forgotten what it's like to be a hard-working, struggling citizen? A...
by Stacie L5 years ago
The 15 richest members of CongressDemocrats making the list include former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and former presidential candidate John Kerry. But which Republicans hold the top two spots?By CNBC and Roll CallCNBC...
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