Election laws have come under scrutiny for years but this approach takes the cake. Presidential hopeful Jeb Bush has decided to thwart campaign finance rules by raising tons of money before announcing his candidacy. It’s legal, as long as he hasn’t said he’s a candidate. He can raise all the money he wants, any way he wants until then. It’s farcical and I am sure another presidential contender by the name of Sen. Bernie Sanders would agree. He described billionaire money to finance elections as “vulgar.” It’s more than vulgar, it’s obscene when big business can go out and buy an election so the recipients are in their back pockets. A classic example of this is the National Rifle Assn. who has bought Congress for years. 288 members of Congress have an “A” rating from the NRA, meaning they get top dollar from the organization. There are 535 members of Congress which means the NRA “As” equals more than 50% of those who represent us. The system is broken and needs to be fixed.