Friday, February 12, 2016

Important message from Robert Reich (@RBReich)

Bernie Sanders, a candidate who has built his campaign around the importance of getting big money out of politics, won the New Hampshire primary by a huge margin.
It's a clear sign that we're in the midst of a new, unstoppable progressive movement.
People across the country are ready for a nation of the people, by the people, and for the people. They're ready to reclaim our democracy—for all Americans.
If you're ready to keep fueling the national conversation, will you chip in $3, so that I can make more videos with MoveOn to help introduce new big ideas to strengthen our economy and breathe life into our democracy?
I'm in. I'll chip in and help you and MoveOn keep fueling this national conversation, with videos that are seen millions of times.
Our videos call for big, bold ideas—such as a $15/hour minimum wage, the break up of the big Wall Street banks, free public higher education for everyone, single-payer health care, and the expansion of Social Security.
Those videos are reaching millions upon millions of Americans.
Will you chip in $3 to help our project today?
Yes. I'm in. I'll help make more videos that drive our national conversation forward.
With your help, we'll spread even more game-changing, winnable ideas about our economy and democracy at this moment of opportunity, through our own brand of videos that will get seen tens of millions of times.

Thank you for all you do.

—Robert Reich

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