Corporate Feudalism took a huge hit in France and Greece over the weekend. After experimenting with Tea Party like austerity in Europe for several years, European voters figured out it doesn’t work. After watching their quality of life diminish at the hands of international Corporate Feudalists who caused the problems in the first place, French and Greek voters said no more. European voters seem ready to reprioritize and put the needs of middle and working class people ahead of the interests of giant corporations and their owners. Will U.S. workers be able to see past the multi-billion dollar ad campaigns that win elections in the U.S. these days? Or will they vote against their own interests and elect money puppet politicians who are no more than the hired help of the rich?