Our vision for America? Fiscally sound, socially balanced, and politically stable…
We have a long way to go until we get there. The processes of our government have become so broken, so bent in one direction that there are almost too many solutions that need to be implemented. It can be a bit overwhelming for even the most well-intentioned activists and reformers.
While we fully intend on talking about all of the solutions and ideas for solutions that we have developed throughout the coming months on this blog (in fact, that is the purpose of this blog), we feel at this time we need to have razor-sharp focus on one issue. In order to jump start this revolution, we have to concentrate all of our resources into one single attack – making sure we take corporate money out of politics. The only way to do that is to bypass the corporate owned Congress and the Supreme Court – and pass a Constitutional Amendment. We must pass an amendment saying that corporations are not people and they do not have the right to spend money to buy our politicians.
This is why we have joined forces with WolfPAC. The objective of Wolf PAC will be to raise money and raise an army for the sole purpose of passing this amendment. We need a Constitutional Revolution to get unlimited corporate money out of politics. Proposing an amendment through Congress is hopeless. But luckily there is another way. We can do this purely at the state level. The states can call for a Constitutional Convention and they can ratify an amendment that comes out of one. And there is nothing our corrupt federal government can do about it.
As our mission must be clear and concise with razor-sharp focus, so must our amendment. This is the proposed 28th Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America:
“Corporations are not people. They have none of the Constitutional Rights of human beings. Corporations are not allowed to give money to any politician, directly or indirectly. No politician can raise over $100 from any person or entity. All elections must be publicly financed.”
What most people don’t even realize is that there is already a publicly financed election system in place. Only at this time it is an option that candidates can choose to participate in (although most, especially members of the GOP and Democratic Party, decline). Remember John McCain dared Barack Obama to take public funding in the 2008 campaign? Anyway, the proposed amendment would make publicly funded elections compulsory.
To address issues and inspire and facilitate discussion, feel free to comment about anything on this blog or even email us at email@example.com to get a conversation going. To join the WolfPAC and help us with our goal of getting this amendment on the ballot in all 50 states, click on this link. If you would just like to donate to the WolfPAC, click on this link.