After the intro about the loon, this article is a good summary of the disproportionate effect money has on politics.
This is why the rules of the game in today’s system already massively compound the advantages that the wealthy have in life. It’s why our tax system bends to favor capital and punish work. Dividends and “carried interest” are taxed at lower rates than earned income not because these preferences are shown to benefit society at large but because the hedge fund managers and venture capitalists who do benefit from them have excellent representation in Congress.
Its also worth noting that the loon as a representative of the fiscally conservative has,
no appreciation for the multigenerational legacy of public investment that made [their] success possible