I enjoyed Haywire's post on the fact that the winner of the Powerball Lottery was a millionaire, or one of the people who comprise 1% of the US population. But perhaps his focus should be on the Congress? 43% <a href="http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/national/AP-Freshmen-Finances.html">of the freshman members of Congress are millionares</a> with significant holdings and directorships in credit card, banking, pharmaceutical and oil industries. Two members even worked for the same lobbying firm that lobbied for drug companies and defence contractors. Don't we elect people to represent us? How do these millionaires represent the 99% of us who aren't? Do they know our issues? How we REALLY feel about them, how bad this economy is kicking our asses?