Poll Snapshot taken Monday May 16, 2011 [from poll at iflizwerequeen that I"ve had open to the public for over a year now]

Get an eyeball of what Americans want. It’s not the status quo that the plutocrat buffoons from Congress are telling us that we want.

It’s public option or better.   72% of Americans want public option or better.

AND WHY DON’T WE HAVE SINGLE PAYER INSURANCE OR AT LEAST PUBLIC OPTION SINCE 72% OF AMERICANS WANT THOSE SOLUTIONS?

I’ll tell you why we don’t have it.  We don’t have it because we have 261 millionaires in the Senate and House–all of whom are on the take from Wall Street Corporate corporations who rip off the American people.

We don’t have public option or better because that would reduce the value of their stock portfolios. And Democrats are as bad as the Tea Party/Republicans.

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Do you really believe there is even a hair’s difference between any of the plutocrats?  If so, please allow me to dispell that myth for you with a trip down memory lane.

In the summer of 2009 Sen. Max Baucus (D-Mont) proposed a $4 billion tax on medical-device firms to help offset the cost of health-care reforms.

Senator John F. Kerry (D-Mass), a multmillionaire liberal from the Northeast warned that the tax could undermine companies developing “new technology that save lives and money.”

Rep. F. James Sensenbrenner (R-Wisconsin) a conservative multimillionaire from the Midwest cautioned that the tax would “harm our distrits’ ecnomies, impede innovation and ultimately deny access to lifesaving medical devices.

What do Kerry and Sensenbrenner have in common?
Millions of dollars of family wealth invested over the years in the companies that make medical devices.  [Source:  Washington Post]

FURTHERMORE, the Washington Post  article from November 2009 (the year of the jobless recovery) reports that the number of lawmakers trading stock jumped from 91 in 2001 to 259. That includes 68 lawmakers who, as of the beginning of 2008, individually owned more than $100,000 in stock, not including mutual funds.

Here is another example of plutocrat fraud in our Congress: General Electric, a corporation that made over $5 billion profit in 2009 and then another plus $5 billion profit in 2010 paid zero income tax for both years.  Guess how many members of Congress own GE stock?  If you guess 82, you are correct.

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YES STOCK OWNERSHIP DOES INFLUENCE VOTES ON LEGISLATION.

NO THESE VOTES USUALLY DO NOT REPRESENT THE BEST INTEREST OF THE MAJORITY OF AMERICANS.

DON’T VOTE FOR MILLIONAIRE PLUTOCRATS!

Two questions to ask candidates in 2012:

1)  Are you are millionaire?

2) What is the current value of your stock portfolio?