I'm discussing and debating with you, not reason magazine. If you wish to bring up a point, bring one up, don't just throw out an article without any commentary and pretend you made a point.You're assuming I agree with such restrictions. I believe there's far too many exemptions given to the First Amendment that directly violates the original law. And if you didn't hear about the books, you haven't been paying attention.
Will Elena Kagan Allow Books to be Banned? - Reason Magazine
Under current law, because of corporate personhood, VaultTech can cut the DNC or the RNC or whoever they want a check, or spend as much money as they want to promote a candidate. Thank you corporate personhood. Now tell me, how can a democratic form of government survive if someone with enough money can drown out all other viewpoints? How can we have goverment and not a plutocracy if elections increasingly come down to the size of your warchest?VaultTech is not people. Inanimate, non-human objects and things cannot pump money anywhere. PEOPLE pump money into a race, and there will always be people who have more money to pump. It is wrong to limit the amount of money one or more individuals can spend on political advertising, regardless of the circumstances.