Reporting your "Official Addiction to Money in Politics Sobriety Test"
As you know, National Intervention treats corporate power and money in politics as addictive substances. We simply call this addiction "greed." I am writing for confirmation that you have passed your official "Congressional Sobriety Test". If you are not unduly under the influence of your donors and lobbyists, and if you are not an enabler in the addiction system dominated by greed, this should be the easiest Pass/Fail test you have ever taken. Please take a moment to commit to its very simple pro-democracy affirmations, as other sober candidates and elected officials have. More information and the link to your test are below:
Congressional Sobriety Test:
To make official your commitment to getting clean and sustained recovery, go to:
http://NationalIntervention.org/Official_Sobriety_Test and login with your official email address to fill out the congressional form.
The test asks that you commit to sponsoring or co-sponsoring any "Cold Turkey Amendment" language* to be ratified by a reasonable deadline, affirming that:
1. Corporations are not people
2. Campaigns are only publicly financed
*(This provides each of the key elements constitutionally required to reverse related Supreme Court rulings).
Perhaps you or some of your colleagues do suffer as actual addicts, having lost control and desperately needing more wealth or power, both in the campaign coffers, and in your own lives. The average person serving in the United States Congress is more likely to suffer in the same powerless relationship as We, the People now do, as codependent enablers, forced to feed the addiction system at all costs:
- On average, congresspeople fundraise more than 4.5 hours of each day. Elections are more like auctions and we're One Nation Under the Influence.
- You have experienced the pressures of some of the 13,000 lobbyist pushers in the halls of our House.
- You know better than most the brutal consequences that can come from stemming the flow of wealth and power to those extorting it from your own constituents, our families, or our only resources.
Nonetheless, we count on you to do our bidding, not serve as an enabler in our massive national addiction system. Failing to commit to recovery is to guarantee that we'll all hit rock bottom.
If you have yet to go to http://NationalIntervention.org/Official_Sobriety_Test, my question to you is simple:
If you say you are neither addicted, nor controlled as an enabler --that you can quit anytime you want-- then why not prove your commitment to all of our recovery by passing this simple Sobriety Test?
Corporations are not persons with human rights, but property with privileges. And only 100% publicly financed elections stand a chance against the influence of moneyed interests. Once you have committed to a Cold Turkey Amendment's passage by a reasonable deadline, we'll know we can rely on you to steer our democracy in the direction of sobriety before it's too late.
Thank you for making your commitment to us, not the addiction system, clear. I look forward to seeing confirmation of your test results for a sober democracy, free from the addiciton to and influence of corporate power and money in politics.
Thank you, again.