Dear Senator Feingold:
We are turning to you as a last hope. We can count on two hands the number of elected representatives in both houses who do not take bribes and do the bidding of their corporate sponsors, no questions asked. You, of course, are one of the ten. We have actually considered relocating to Wisconsin in order to have a closer relationship with your office. At this point we are certain that we have passed the point where "democracy is threatened". Democracy is dead and finished. Mussolini famously defined fascism as the merger of corporations and government. It could be argued that we have passed even that threshold. Corporations are the government, with bankers securely in control. Many Americans are so disgusted with the corruption of Washington that they see revolution as the only possible remedy. The corruption is now so embedded that it appears incurable. We believe that there is a less violent solution, and we appeal to you to lead the charge. We believe that the following reforms are critical to overturning corporate power over elected officials, and to restoring the constitution and its principles to the nation.
- Publicly funded elections for all offices of state and federal government, and the outlawing of any political advertising paid for by PACS or corporations directly.
- The impeachment of any and all Supreme Court justices who deign to rule that corporations are humans with all rights and protections guaranteed under the constitution,
- The permanent end to gerrymandering, which makes it impossible to unseat an incumbent. All districts should be determined by a grid and not subject to party determination.