Originally Posted by Direckshun
In my ideal world, we go to public financing, which means a fraction of every person's taxes go to a predetermined amount campaigns can use in elections.
In my actual world, I have never made the argument that political donations should be limited to what grocery baggers are capable of making.
You made the argument that the ability of super rich people to out spend others in the political arena is undemocratic. The logical extension of that argument is that it's undemocratic as long as anyone, including grocery baggers, can be out spent. If your argument isn't just an arbitrary attack on the 1%, then let's hear your logical distinction between what you call undemocratic and the grocery bagger extension.
“[Cruz] might not be the most fun to have a drink at the bar with, but America needs a designated driver.” - Mica Mosbacher, wife of the late Robert Mosbacher, Secretary of Commerce