Nicholas D. Wolfwood: ... How on Earth is this a 'Hero' tag? When the system is poisoned by too much money, the solution is to inject more money?Seriously?If anyone thinks this is a good idea, remember that the Republicans are pushing it.
WTF Indeed: Political donations should be unlimited with highly transparent reporting, and ad buys should be illegal in a general election.
Macinfarker: DamnYankees: I honestly don't understand how this wouldn't just legalize outright bribery.I guess because they can only donate to political campaigns, and not to the politicians personally.
DjangoStonereaver: The Blues & the Reds can't even agree to do routine business like pass a budget.How can they be expected to debate a constitutional amendment.
Dr Dreidel: I have no idea why - maybe it's that getting 37 states to agree on anything without being total douchehammers about it is nigh impossible these days.
Rincewind53: I just wish the incredibly successful lawyer behind all of this wasn't so absurdly named that no one takes him seriously.For God's sake, his name is Jim Bopp.
cman: I keep on saying this:There are enough people who support overturning Citizens United via constitution amendment. Why isnt there any sort of concerted effort to do so?And no, please dont spout off conspiracy theories (OMG THOSE EVIL CORPORATIONS!). I am asking for solid facts.
DamnYankees: I honestly don't understand how this wouldn't just legalize outright bribery.
GAT_00: Well this is a foregone conclusion. Anyone actually think the USSC won't legalize bribery?
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