Stan Greenberg, the veteran strategist for Democratic candidates, has an important op-ed in the New York Times that says people are disgusted with government because it “operates by the wrong values and rules, for the wrong people and purposes. . . . Wall Street lobbyists govern, not Main Street voters.” This is the prevailing view across the board, from Tea Party reactionaries to left-of-center progressives. Then Greenberg provides a recipe for better leadership that includes tackling the corrupting influence of money in politics, special-interest spending, deficit reduction, immigration reform and more. Break the stranglehold of the wealthy lobbies and focus on rewarding responsibility.