LARGE, THE CORPORATIONS
Quickie blog: Wanna see a cartoon? (<--click on that last word.)
It's less than nine minutes long, simple and well done, and totally explains two major facts that involve you and yours and me and mine.
In 2010, our U.S. Supreme Court ruled in a case called Citizens
United v. FEC. The outcome: corporations have a “right” to spend
unlimited money influencing elections.
Corporations are not people. Democracy is for people.
Then the tiny but powerfully informative animation, with arm waving real person sometimes inserted, goes on to pave the way for a correction we can make to ou course - an amendment that changes all that corporate power for purchasing Presidents into the way things for people who vote and take democracy seriously should be.
For real people, not conceptual identities.
This little cartoon really gives you something genuine to mull over. But check it out and you decide. Like the real person you are. -- (Bet you pass this URL along!)