We launched the Justice Party because the entire system is so corrupt. It's so diseased. We know that the public interest is not being served by anyone in the system right now, particularly the two dominant parties who have sustained this corrupt system and who are sustained by it.
[They] have brought this country to its knees economically. Without the Democrats colluding with the Republicans, we would not have engaged in an illegal, aggressive war against Iraq. We've seen Democrats and Republicans together granting retroactive immunity to telecom companies and Wall St firms.
[... W]hile the rest of us are suffering in so many dramatic ways because of the economic upheaval, we have this special class of people who aren't even held accountable under the law. ... When they make these [huge] campaign contributions, they get a very good return on their investment [...] The failure, in terms of every major public policy issue, to serve the public interest can be attributed to that corrupting influence of money.
... There is a greater economic disparity between the very wealthy and the rest of us in this country, greater than at any time since the 1920s.
The Justice Party was just launched by Rocky Anderson, former mayor of Salt Lake City, who is now running for President using nothing but $100 donations and social media.