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WASHINGTON – Big business and free speech won. Campaign finance reform lost. Political parties and many candidates, too. And for voters, there's both an upside and a downside. The Supreme Court's monumental decision upending decades of campaign finance law has a slew of winners and losers. It frees corporations, and by extension unions, to spend as much as they want to call for the victory or defeat of federal political candidates — by name — in commercials and literature. As long as there's no coordination with the candidates or campaigns.
Don't like who a company donates to? Don't buy their freaking product! Don't buy their stock! Leave Free Speech and the Free Market alone!
Originally posted by Totalstranger
I'm not quite sure how it is fascist. seems like unchecked capitalism to me.
of course I could be wrong and the brown shirts could be at your home tonight OP to take you away never to be heard from again