Would it not be refreshing if tomorrow you read the following news story?
Wall Street Paralyzed!
This morning, none of the elevators in New York’s financial district worked.
Students at the front doors of all office buildings distributed leaflets explaining that, with the help of unnamed elevator company personnel and sympathetic security guards, a select consortium of patriotic graduate students in the law and political faculties of Harvard, Yale and Cornell stopped all elevators in the financial district. Assurances have been demanded from leading banks and investment houses that contributions made by private corporations to political parties campaigning in the 2012 presidential election will no longer be processed.
If these assurances contravene existing contracts, the contracts should be considered invalid because they are contrary to the public interest. The elevators of all judicial buildings in which courts disagree with this view will be made inoperable as well.
This is the first step in purging American politics of rampant corruption.