‘Meet The Press’ Complains About Money in Politics: It’s ’Like the Cold War’

‘We’re going down a road where we’re just — it’s going to destroy the two-party system if they’re not careful’

'Meet The Press' Complains About Money In Politics: It’s ’Like The Cold War’ (NewsBusters)

Liberals love to complain that there’s far too much money in politics and on Sunday’s Meet the Press, the entire panel predictably fretted that political spending could spell the demise of American democracy. 

NBC’s Luke Russert introduced the segment by lamenting how “there's real concern about the role money is playing in our politics with some even going as far to argue our democracy is being bought and sold.” 

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