There is no "right" to determine this.And while you're busy fighting the right to determine what's balanced, the corporations are making sure everything is imbalanced.
I disagree with the KKK but it means nothing. They have a right to say what they have to say. Many do disagree with me on this. I'd bet a majority would also say that it should be illegal for the KKK have their say. OPinion does not trump Constitutional Rights.And as NGNM85 already pointed out to you, rather explicitly, Americans disagree with you. They don't corporations, and the power they have over the political system. If you want a link, ask NGNM85, I'm sure he'd be happy to provide it for you.
So you believe you are also swayed by the Soros's of the world? If so, fair enough.What you quoted is hogwash, but I never said that, explicitly or implicitly
Well it is now set precedent and it's going to be very hard to do.I'm not trying to change the right to Free Speech, I would however like to reverse the SC decision in Citizens United.
Those greedy unions. Yeah, we might agree there.Yes, an individual. A corporation, which is a compilation of thousands of people's greed is not an individual.
As you said, yes on an individual basis.Sorry, I can not rectify this statement. They have a right to what they want to say but they shouldn't be able to say it together? Why is that? They have to right to associate with like thinking people for a similiar goal?That doesn't dissappear, the distortion caused by magnification of their right through a corporation should.
You want to determine what people can say together or who they can say it with?
Whether they say it with one voice or 500 voices, they are still going to say the same thing.Absolutely, but allowing them to the level of control and influence they have through corporations fundamentally flaws the system.