Big money is a big concern. That we have two political dynasties trying to extend their influence in the 2016 election is an even bigger concern. And Hart touches on that too.
Hart was a dark horse candidate in 1984, coming close to upsetting former Carter administration Vice President Walter Mondale, who ultimately captured the nomination.
He recalled that when he ran for president, he and his wife mortgaged their home for roughly $50,000 to $75,000 — in 1984, enough money to make a difference in the early stages of the campaign. “I’m now told the Clinton campaign intends to raise $1 billion. Now, that ought to frighten every American,”