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Corporation Says It Will Run for Congress 10

Posted by samzenpus
from the this-law-brought-to-you-by-pepsi dept.
After the Supreme Court ruling in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission to allow unlimited corporate funding of federal campaigns, Murray Hill Inc. announced it was filing to run for US Congress and released a campaign video.


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Corporation Says It Will Run for Congress

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  • You reap what you sow!
  • Founded in 2005 (Score:3, Interesting)

    by bill_mcgonigle (4333) * on Thursday February 04, 2010 @02:07PM (#31025476) Homepage Journal

    5 year olds can't run for office. FAIL.

    (aside: the problem isn't lifting restrictions on speech, it's the form corporations have taken since John D. Rockefeller lobbied Congress in the 1860's to change how corporations were permitted). Fix the cause, not the symptom.

  • This is shocking, yet, I am not suprised. Things will inevitably keep changing in society, especially The United States of America. I was shocked when I heard about Public Healthcare of all however, that does not look like it is going as anticipated. This opens alot of doors and it will be interesting to see how this work. health insurance for Florida residents [] is what really needs to be done and other places of living which has extremely high costs associated with living such as NY, CA, FL, and other state
  • by astat (959047)
    It's better than a Ficus..
  • by o'reor (581921) on Monday February 08, 2010 @10:38AM (#31060874) Journal

    Rep. Heinz, Inc. (D, Mass.), Rep. Monsanto (R, Ky), Rep. General Motor Corp (R, Mi), Rep. Apple, Inc (D, Ca) have all agreed on a law proposal forbidding non-corporations from voting in general elections.

    Rep. Diebold (R, OH) intends to filibuster on that bill.

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