Now where are the e-mails that tell the story of former campaign personnel moving to the lead position for the Keystone XL Pipeline's sales pitch to the State Department for their permit?
Apparently," revolving doors" has become an acceptable and common practice among Washington politicians of every persuasion--especially money. It is time to let all politicians and would-be public servants know that the American people want this ended, and a return to the philosophy that the role of an elected official is to serve the Common Good, not their own futures and pocketbooks. Perhaps stories like this might explain a bit the growing popularity of Bernie Sanders and his message. He really gets it. Thanks, Bernie.