PublicCitizen | November 04, 2010
http://www.dontgetrolled.org Public Citizen President Robert Weissman breaks down corporate spending in the elections and talks about the need for a constitutional amendment to overturn the Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission ruling.
Corporate spending in the 2010 elections
Enronistan, The Former United States of America, Corporations United
TheFrankFactor | November 04, 2010
http://TheFrankFactor.com Is it possible that unlimited spending by international corporate interests could in some way create an unfair advantage against the common American citizen in the election of our representatives? No way! That’s Commie talk!
Ralph Nader: Corporate socialism controls American government
Road to Corporate Serfdom by Ralph Nader
A corporation is not a person by Jerry Mazza
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