Posted: May 28, 2014
We are used to family dynasties in U.S. politics. Just check out the Washington D.C. Battleground Issues on the DoesTomUdallRepresentYou.com Website. You will find that rich and powerful families have rich and privileged children who, in turn, become rich and powerful Congressmen and Presidents (both parties).
At the present, Tom Udall is in the top 3%. He is a sitting U.S. Senator. His cousin is a sitting Senator from Colorado. Another family member is a Senator from Oregon. We can expect that families will help their families. But we also should be chagrined to admit that at this moment 100% of the country is ruled by 3% Udalls. If you happen to dislike their ideology, this is not a good thing.
We don’t want to suggest that rich people can’t be good representatives of the country. We just find it hard not to cry when these rich and influential families use connections and money and networking to keep themselves in positions that make laws to tell the rest of us how to live, takes the money we earn, and spend it capriciously to keep themselves in office. We have to laugh when they tell us they are of the people, and represent hard working Americans.
Oligarchy is an old word, but perfectly explains Tom Udall and the Udall’s. Look it up.
Tom Udall is in the top 3%. That makes it rough for those of us in the bottom 97%.
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