Supreme Court Overrules Political Spending Limits

By | January 23, 2010

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2 thoughts on “Supreme Court Overrules Political Spending Limits

  1. Mark

    Actually The Independence Caucus has a solution to this in their videos entitled “The 12 Articles of The Independence Caucus”. In video number 5 Titled “The Rebirth of Common Sense”.

    The basic solution is that all previous reform has been to focus on money going in…we say our Fundamental Truth #1 is: “As long there is a big enough incentive (ie the money at the end) the lobbyists will find a way to get to it”. We started with the 2008 win of Jason Chaffetz who had 1000 volunteers and was outspent 6-1. Essentially we have an “incumbent party” and not a democrat or republican party.

    Here is a link to the video that explains it better:

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