Prompt: Wealthy politicians cannot offer fair representation to all the people.
Explain what you think the above statement means.
The majority of people in the US are considered middle class or poor and only one percent of Americans represent wealthy population. That one percent dominates industrial aspect of economy, politics or other businesses. Wealthy politicians who never experienced the daily life of poor or middle class citizens cannot offer fair representation because they lack the experience and knowledge that comes with it to make fair decision to represent people.
Describe a specific situation in which a wealthy politician might offer fair representation to all the people.
However there are situations when a wealthy politician might offer fair representation to all the people. One of these situations could occur when a wealthy politician experiencing an influenza that is detrimental to his or her health thus experiencing the devastating symptoms from it might make him or her to make a fair decision. For example, the free or price reduced vaccination to the people who have influenza. There are several factors that determine whether a wealthy politician can offer fair representation to all the people.
Discuss what you think determines whether a wealthy politician can or cannot offer fair representation to all the people.
One of these factors is experiencing what people are going through and it does not have to be long term. That experience is the road to knowledge and bonding with people that helps one wealthy politician to offer representation to all the people.