Buying The Presidency

Bloomberg is indubitably part of that oligarchy.

If the only way we can get rid of a sociopathic tyrant named Trump is with an oligarch named Bloomberg, we will be forced to choose the oligarch.

But let’s hope it doesn’t come to that. Oligarchy is better than tyranny. But neither is as good as democracy.

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Don T. Sloan 3 months ago Member's comment

Shame that it seems like our choices these days are between two rich guys who change party affiliation whenever it suits them.

Daniel Charles 3 months ago Member's comment

Is the fact that he can "buy the presidency" such a bad thing? Unlike #Trump who merely got his daddy's money and filed for bankruptcy numerous times, #Bloomberg is a self made man whose success adds to his credentials.

Kurt Benson 3 months ago Member's comment

Every presidential spends millions to try to buy the presidency. The difference is they are then indebted to the special interests groups that funded them. Bloomberg has no such constraints.

Angry Old Lady 3 months ago Member's comment

Speak for yourself. I like Mike.