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One of my major concerns with all this is that I fully expect, over the next couple election cycle, if CU remains fully in effect, that outside money parity between the parties will begin to reach some sort of equilibrium. The Dems will need it in order to compete in a post-CU world, and in order to make that happen they’ll need to completely sell out to enough favored industries (and Billionaires) to get that much support. That seems to me to be the inevitable legacy of Citizens United, that both sides will be perpetually groveling before / competing over the available corporate sponsors, and the actual vast-vast majority of citizens’ voices will be entirely irrelevant to the process.
Thanks Roberts court. /// ///