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|User Info||Freedom Of Speech: How Quaint; entered at 2010-01-22 13:22:30|
Registered: 2009-03-18 Lgs9peFR6YqcTH
If members of a corporation would like to speak out in favor of a candidate they may do so - as individuals. Nobody's free speech rights are violated by limiting corporate speech.
Why should groups of people who believe in a particular issue be prevented from pooling their resources in order to get a bigger megaphone?
Why should a corporation owned by a single shareholder be prevented from using its resource to promote a particular issue or candidate? How is this different than a corporation owned by multiple shareholders?