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Corporate Political Complex

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The Corporate Political Complex is one of the largest hurdles to a viable democracy. Our politicians are being controlled by their corporate donors, benefactors, and opponents. This corporate influence compromises the public's access to it's government.

We live in an era where money buys not only political access, but government power. Where is this money coming from, and what is being bought with it?



This frame attempts to point out flaws in our government that are caused by massively powerful artificial persons that are freely pouring money in to our election processes. These artificial persons have rights guaranteed under the constitution (by very shaky precedent), and they use them creatively towards their only pursuit: profit. Today, the citizen is frozen out of Washington DC, and to a lesser extent their state government seats, and in his place is an army of lobbyists; representatives for the powerful artificial people. We must start to ask, "Just whose business is being done in Washington? In Lansing?

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This page was last modified 20:46, 4 July 2006 by Chad Lupkes. Based on work by dKosopedia user(s) K9disc. Content is available under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License.

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