finely wend things do get worst witch they will, people will wake up and start to free think and real people will change these things, this always happens in history. the real people aways wins, but it takes some real hard times, capitalism and religion are one in the same, they feed on each other, they are the problems against humanity they need to be regulated, this is what people have to lean though history. witch is senored by capitalist religion, the people of USA needs to be educated. the question is how can these harden bubble people be liberated. witch they think that there is a after life. this is going to be hard to do, anyone have a drill to drill the bubble
Although this SCOTUS ruling gives even more power to corporations to influence the outcome of political campaigns, it does not directly introduce new mechanisms to the political machine.
Previously, even when corporations were not allowed to contribute to candidates or political campaigns directly there were workarounds in place in the form of Political Action Committees (PAC)s.
I'm very concerned about the apparent lack of funding limits imposed here, however. If the corporation is afforded the right of free speech as an individual would be, then why is the corporation not subject to the same restrictions? As an individual, I am only allowed to give $30K to a party or $5K to a committee per year.
Isn't this a violation of my freedom of speech?
Does anyone know why this restriction doesn't apply to corporations?