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Senate Democrats’ Free-Speech Problem

VOTING HAS CONSEQUENCES ------------------------------------------------ Michael Barone - Senate Democrats’ Free-Speech Problem But political speech is a whole other thing. Currently 43 Democratic senators are co-sponsoring the constitutional amendment introduced by New Mexico’s Senator Tom Udall to amend the First Amendment so that it no longer protects political speech.


Senators Jon Tester (D-MT) &Tom Udall (D-NM) have introduced 2 bills to amend the US Constitution, overturning Citizens United & Buckley v. Valeo, respectively. Sen Tester’s "People’s Rights Amendment" will make it clear that corps don’t have constitutional rights, as if they were people. Sen Udall’s Political Equality amendment will allow us to eliminate the influence of big money in our political system. Support the Tester & Udall Amendments by SIGNING & sharing this action. Thanks.


MOST LIBERAL SENATORS: Tom Udall And Richard Blumenthal Tied For First In Rankings For “Most Liberal Senator”… then: Durbin, Murray, Lautenberg, Sherrod Brown, Cardin, Reid, Boxer in top 10...more..... Weasel Zippers

Senator Tom Udall (D-NM) and Congressmen Jim McGovern's (D-MA) Amendment bills to get big money out of politics are more important than ever - Please ask your US Senators & Congresspersons to support this amendment.


Who: Senator Tom Udall (D-New Mexico) When: February 2016 What:...

Overturn Citizens United! The fundamental principle of democracy is that the people choose who represents them in government. But thanks to the Supreme Court’s decision in Citizens United, and others before it, elections in this country are becoming more about the quantity of corporate money and less about the quality of ideas.


She Didn't Get A Standing Ovation For This Speech ... And The Reason Shouldn't Surprise You~Access is power, and big money buys big access. Many members of the current Congress have been bought and paid for. It’s small wonder THEY won’t be voting for reform. So I say let’s get them out, before it’s too late.