Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz is mad about what has been happening in Washington, D.C. and he's doing something about it, or more accurately, he won't be doing something he's done in the past.

He has decided he will not be giving political donations to anyone, and he's asking others to follow his lead.

Schultz wrote in a letter that was distributed to members of the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq, "I am asking that all of us forgo political contributions until the Congress and President return to Washington and deliver a fiscally, disciplined long term debt and deficit plan to the American people."

Source:  CNN Money

Do you think this will spur a movement of real campaign reform?  Will it have any affect at all?