Satisfactory Language Sobriety as a Test Why does National Intervention suppress its digital footprint? Why so behind-the-scenes? Our Relationship to Greed Is it difficult to pass the Sobriety Test? Permitted vs. Required to Remove Influence It's a real addiction? Are power and money intoxicating and addictive while under their influence? Comparing amendment proposals How does a US Constitutional amendment get ratified? Free Speech and Freedom of the Press Are Elections a Public Utility?
Is it difficult to pass the Sobriety Test?
Is the Official Sobriety Test for addiction to corporate power & money in politics difficult to pass?
Asserting that our electoral campaigns are:
a) corporations are not people, and that
b) campaigns are not privately-owned (or for sale), but citizen-owned
is about as simple a pro-democracy affirmation there is. A democracy, requires that elections never fall under an influence other than that of the demos, the People, in the word's Greek roots. Allowing any other influence is to fail our democracy.
If a sitting official or candidate is not able to commit to this language, National Intervention members, chapters, and leaders will offer ways to better understand the terms of the sobriety checkpoint.
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