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- Corporations are not people. The individual people in a corporation already have a voice and a vote. They shouldn't be able to collectively have another voice.
- Money isn't speech. If it is, the person with the most money gets the most speech. Does that sound like the American way to you? Biggest pocketbook wins?
- Foreign interests and non-citizens shouldn't get a vote, and shouldn't be able to financially support advertising for candidates, or candidates themselves. Certainly, not without complete transparency.
Do any of those points above sound liberal to you? They sound like common sense, and I can't quite understand how a conservative could refute them.
EXCLUSIVE: Major Romney Bundler Is Agent Of Foreign Government
Ignacio E. Sanchez is a lobbyist at DLA Piper, an influential global law firm and a major bundler for the Mitt Romney campaign. A ThinkProgress review of public records reveals Sanchez is also a registered foreign agent representing the interests of the United Arab Emirates and a former president of the Dominican Republic. . .
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