Today, I approach you with a different proposition -- I'm not focusing solely on Wall Street's failed regulation or the comings and goings of fraudsters. I you to join with me as part of a growing national coalition trying to restore sanity to our economy and government.
Partisan politics is destroying us. We are committing national suicide on the altar of supposed principle.
Please cut off the blood supply to the cancer that has taken over Congress and the White House. End the mother's milk that nurtures those who asked to lead us but are now merely running us around in circles. No more campaign contributions to the incumbents.
Read my proposals below and feel free to add your ideas in the "Post Your Comment" section at the end of the Forbes' Street Sweeper articles.
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