But referring to the Supreme Court allowing businesses to spend as much money as they want during an election cycle as "leveling the playing field" is a joke. I mean it literally sounds like you're joking. I don't see how anybody could argue anything other than they made the playing field the least level it has ever been. Less than 1% of Americans contribute about 70% of the money for elections. How is that even a little bit level?
Look at for-profit education. There are colleges like the University of Phoenix who charge a huge amount of money for classes that are basically useless. They have huge enrollment levels because of their advertising, which both is a cause and result of the enormous amount of money they make. These for-profit colleges are complete garbage and when it comes right down to it, they are scams. But yet we have elected officials who are stonewalling any attempt to regulate the for-profit education field because they rely on for-profit colleges to donate huge amounts of money to their campaigns. I call that bribery. I call that lunacy. What is good for Americans is being ignored because corporate enterprise has purchased lawmakers. So, I guess I'd ask you who you think we're leveling the playing field for? Certainly not the American people.