‘Centrist’ And ‘Moderate’ Always Means ‘Corporate’

Evan Bayh gets programs and legislation that people need killed and is called a ‘centrist’ and a ‘moderate.’
It seems to me that whenever a legislator is getting tons of cash from corporations and then does that corporation’s bidding, the action is always called ‘centrist’ or ‘moderate.’ Or when they kill things that people, regular people need, it’s ‘centrist’ or ‘moderate.’

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