From USA Today: "In 2002, drugmakers spent $20 million on congressional races, four-fifths of it to help Republicans. That doesn't count a $17 million television ad campaign that the industry funded to boost Republican members of Congress in close races. Those ads featured Art Linkletter defending Republicans who favored a private model for providing drug benefits. They helped the GOP solidify its grip on Congress."
Guess who just got their way with the prescription drug bill before Congress. Hey! It's government of the corporations, by the corporations & for the corporations.