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07/31/2005

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Jorge Moya

Dear Friends:

I was metting you by my dear master Pedro Schwartz in Spain. Your blog is very good, congratulations from Spain.

Jim S

But it's moved past corporations simply lobbying the government. Is there anyone who doesn't know that with this congress and this administration the corporate lobbyists are actually writing the legislation. It's been well documented. Is there really anyone who doesn't know this? What's the percentage of corporate bills that get passed versus what the average citizen needs?

An example if you go under the federal level to the state level is what has happened in Missouri. Our current Governor and his rubber stamp Republican legislature passed bills that have removed over 20,000 people from the Medicaid rolls immediately and will take over 90,000 people off in the near future. They have already passed the legislation that will eliminate Medicaid by 2008. They have established a commission that is supposed to come up with a program to replace it by 2006. Of course the way the legislation is written Medicaid will be eliminated even if the commission comes up with nothing to replace it. In the meanwhile every piece of legislation wanted by corporations and other big money interests has passed with only one exception.

Jim S

Oh, and another point about the success of the Blunt administration. He is currently the fourth least popular governor in the nation. Yet thanks to the nature of the people whose true representative he is his campaign fund is over double the size of any recent governor at the same point in time during their administrations.

james

May I ask a single question?

The "modern" concept of human rights was a reaction to the horrors caused by excessive state power, however few would argue against the assertion that multinationals have become more powerful, both economically as well as politically, than many states. Do you believe that this power must necessarily entail a corresponding responsibility?

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