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https://plus.google.com/116107267702369191280 Tom Cobert : Majority of Americans Want Money Out of Politics In a survey, the majority of Americans oppose the ...
Majority of Americans Want Money Out of Politics

In a survey, the majority of Americans oppose the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision, which allows unlimited campaign funds. 

Will Americans elect candidates who receive large amounts of funding from corporations and individuals?

Published: November 23, 2014 | Authors: Karin Kamp | Moyers & Company | Op-Ed

A survey conducted in July found that a majority of Americans from across the political spectrum oppose the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision that opened the floodgates to endless campaign spending. 

And that was before the 2014 elections became the most expensive midterm elections ever, with at least $3.7 billion spent on Congressional races (that doesn’t count state, local and judicial elections).

The research, commissioned by Public Citizen, surveyed likely 2014 voters from the two main political parties, as well as independents.

As the chart below shows, 61 percent of those polled oppose Citizens United (with 51 percent strongly opposed), the Supreme Court decision that allows corporations and labor unions to spend unlimited amounts of money on political campaigns. 

Democrats, Republicans and independents show very similar opposition rates at 61, 58 and 62 percent, respectively. 

Also, special interest lobbying and election spending was viewed especially negatively, with 76 percent of Democrats, 79 percent of Republicans and 74 percent of independents having an unfavorable opinion of its impact on our politics.

(Chart: Public Citizen, 2014)

When asked how important the issue of reducing the influence of money in politics and elections is, 78 percent of Americans said that it’s an important issue. The chart below shows the mean, or average, rating on a 0-10 scale, with 10 being the most important.

(Chart: Public Citizen, 2014)

In terms of financing elections, 60 percent of voters (65 percent of Democrats, 53 percent of Republicans and 61 percent of independents) think America needs either major changes or a complete overhaul of our campaign finance laws. Below, you can see that only seven percent don’t think any changes are needed.

(Chart: Public Citizen, 2014)

Over half of voters are in favor of a constitutional amendment to overturn Citizens United and related campaign finance decisions. Sixty-two percent of Democrats, 54 percent of Republicans and half of independents said they favor the amendment; only 25 percent of voters believe that the proposed amendment is an assault on the right to free speech. Some 62 percent of voters believe that the current election system allows the voices of a few to drown out the many using million-dollar microphones.

(Chart: Public Citizen, 2014)

And perhaps a bit of good news for campaign reformers like Lawrence Lessig: The survey found that voters are ready to reward elected officials that support overturning Citizens United.

The poll was commissioned by Public Citizen and conducted by Lake Research Partners, a Democratic polling firm, and Chesapeake Beach Consulting, a Republican polling firm, using a live telephone survey of 800 likely voters between July 26 and July 29. The numbers of Democrats, Republicans and independents polled reflected the proportions of projected likely national 2014 voters from each of those parties. 

The poll’s margin of error was +/- 3.5 percent.

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Majority of Americans Want Money Out of Politics

In a survey, the majority of Americans oppose the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision, which allows unlimited campaign funds. 

Will Americans elect candidates who receive large amounts of funding from corporations and individuals?

Published: November 23, 2014 | Authors: Karin Kamp | Moyers & Company | Op-Ed

A survey conducted in July found that a majority of Americans from across the political spectrum oppose the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision that opened the floodgates to endless campaign spending. 

And that was before the 2014 elections became the most expensive midterm elections ever, with at least $3.7 billion spent on Congressional races (that doesn’t count state, local and judicial elections).

The research, commissioned by Public Citizen, surveyed likely 2014 voters from the two main political parties, as well as independents.

As the chart below shows, 61 percent of those polled oppose Citizens United (with 51 percent strongly opposed), the Supreme Court decision that allows corporations and labor unions to spend unlimited amounts of money on political campaigns. 

Democrats, Republicans and independents show very similar opposition rates at 61, 58 and 62 percent, respectively. 

Also, special interest lobbying and election spending was viewed especially negatively, with 76 percent of Democrats, 79 percent of Republicans and 74 percent of independents having an unfavorable opinion of its impact on our politics.

(Chart: Public Citizen, 2014)

When asked how important the issue of reducing the influence of money in politics and elections is, 78 percent of Americans said that it’s an important issue. The chart below shows the mean, or average, rating on a 0-10 scale, with 10 being the most important.

(Chart: Public Citizen, 2014)

In terms of financing elections, 60 percent of voters (65 percent of Democrats, 53 percent of Republicans and 61 percent of independents) think America needs either major changes or a complete overhaul of our campaign finance laws. Below, you can see that only seven percent don’t think any changes are needed.

(Chart: Public Citizen, 2014)

Over half of voters are in favor of a constitutional amendment to overturn Citizens United and related campaign finance decisions. Sixty-two percent of Democrats, 54 percent of Republicans and half of independents said they favor the amendment; only 25 percent of voters believe that the proposed amendment is an assault on the right to free speech. Some 62 percent of voters believe that the current election system allows the voices of a few to drown out the many using million-dollar microphones.

(Chart: Public Citizen, 2014)

And perhaps a bit of good news for campaign reformers like Lawrence Lessig: The survey found that voters are ready to reward elected officials that support overturning Citizens United.

The poll was commissioned by Public Citizen and conducted by Lake Research Partners, a Democratic polling firm, and Chesapeake Beach Consulting, a Republican polling firm, using a live telephone survey of 800 likely voters between July 26 and July 29. The numbers of Democrats, Republicans and independents polled reflected the proportions of projected likely national 2014 voters from each of those parties. 

The poll’s margin of error was +/- 3.5 percent.

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https://plus.google.com/110734946218641679352 Rex Dexter : Majority of Americans Want Money Out of Politics In a survey, the majority of Americans oppose the ...
Majority of Americans Want Money Out of Politics

In a survey, the majority of Americans oppose the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision, which allows unlimited campaign funds. 

Will Americans elect candidates who receive large amounts of funding from corporations and individuals?

Published: November 23, 2014 | Authors: Karin Kamp | Moyers & Company | Op-Ed

A survey conducted in July found that a majority of Americans from across the political spectrum oppose the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision that opened the floodgates to endless campaign spending. 

And that was before the 2014 elections became the most expensive midterm elections ever, with at least $3.7 billion spent on Congressional races (that doesn’t count state, local and judicial elections).

The research, commissioned by Public Citizen, surveyed likely 2014 voters from the two main political parties, as well as independents.

As the chart below shows, 61 percent of those polled oppose Citizens United (with 51 percent strongly opposed), the Supreme Court decision that allows corporations and labor unions to spend unlimited amounts of money on political campaigns. 

Democrats, Republicans and independents show very similar opposition rates at 61, 58 and 62 percent, respectively. 

Also, special interest lobbying and election spending was viewed especially negatively, with 76 percent of Democrats, 79 percent of Republicans and 74 percent of independents having an unfavorable opinion of its impact on our politics.

(Chart: Public Citizen, 2014)

When asked how important the issue of reducing the influence of money in politics and elections is, 78 percent of Americans said that it’s an important issue. The chart below shows the mean, or average, rating on a 0-10 scale, with 10 being the most important.

(Chart: Public Citizen, 2014)

In terms of financing elections, 60 percent of voters (65 percent of Democrats, 53 percent of Republicans and 61 percent of independents) think America needs either major changes or a complete overhaul of our campaign finance laws. Below, you can see that only seven percent don’t think any changes are needed.

(Chart: Public Citizen, 2014)

Over half of voters are in favor of a constitutional amendment to overturn Citizens United and related campaign finance decisions. Sixty-two percent of Democrats, 54 percent of Republicans and half of independents said they favor the amendment; only 25 percent of voters believe that the proposed amendment is an assault on the right to free speech. Some 62 percent of voters believe that the current election system allows the voices of a few to drown out the many using million-dollar microphones.

(Chart: Public Citizen, 2014)

And perhaps a bit of good news for campaign reformers like Lawrence Lessig: The survey found that voters are ready to reward elected officials that support overturning Citizens United.

The poll was commissioned by Public Citizen and conducted by Lake Research Partners, a Democratic polling firm, and Chesapeake Beach Consulting, a Republican polling firm, using a live telephone survey of 800 likely voters between July 26 and July 29. The numbers of Democrats, Republicans and independents polled reflected the proportions of projected likely national 2014 voters from each of those parties. 

The poll’s margin of error was +/- 3.5 percent.

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In a survey, the majority of Americans oppose the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision, which allows unlimited campaign funds. Will Americans elect candidates who receive large amounts of funding from corporations and individuals?
Majority of Americans Want Money Out of Politics - NationofChange
In a survey, the majority of Americans oppose the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision, which allows unlimited campaign funds. Will Americans elect candidates who receive large amounts of funding from corporations and individuals?
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https://plus.google.com/106648708306407050690 Ta Nia Mila : Did Americans get what they want? Americans elect Democrats who try to accomplish complex policy goals...
Did Americans get what they want?

Americans elect Democrats who try to accomplish complex policy goals, then turn around and elect Republicans when things don't work perfectly. They say they hate gridlock, then elect people who will give them more of it.

As political scientists have known for decades, Americans are "symbolic conservatives" but "operational liberals" -- they like things like small government in the abstract, but they also like all the things government does.

http://www.cnn.com/2014/11/06/opinion/waldman-what-do-voters-want/index.html
Did Americans get what they want?
They abhor gridlock but have just elected GOP politicians committed to that very thing, Paul Waldman says. They want to have their cake and eat it, too.
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https://plus.google.com/106373698664666717969 Akemi Mokoto : Between Democrat and Republican, Democrat is the lesser of the two evils. If Americans elect enough ...
Between Democrat and Republican, Democrat is the lesser of the two evils. If Americans elect enough Republicans to keep the Senate and take the House, that'll prove to me and the world one of two things:

1) Most American voters are just as stupid as everybody thinks.

2) American voters are masochist.

Assuming Republicans take control of congress, America will deserve whatever happens to it between now and 2016. If things improve(HA!), so be it. If shit doesn't improve or they get worse(expected), then remember who asked for it. Me? Since Independent isn't an important thing here, I'm going to go with the lesser of the shit heads and vote Democrat.

Oh, and if you're able to vote but choose not to, you have no right to complain about the outcome end aftermath. Only those that played a role in the elect has any room to bitch.

From what it sounds like, it'll be the Democratic and Independent voters that's more likely to not vote. That's damn sad but it's pretty much a self-inflicted injury so you'll only have yourself to blame of the Republican's take over completely. Again, as for you able body, voters that won't vote, you just keep your lazy ass mouth shut and continue to be a useless sack of shit.
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https://plus.google.com/104034253208854400406 Theodore Rahm : If we help Republicans win on November 4, the win will help Americans elect a Republican President in...
If we help Republicans win on November 4, the win will help Americans elect a Republican President in 2016. With Republicans back in our White House we will get rid of the muslim influence that's weakened our Armed forces, forced common core perversion on our children, and told Obama to use executive orders taking away our rights. With Republicans leading we can rebuild American values, and definitely put Americans back to work reversing our rising deficit!
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The November issue of NRA America's 1st Freedom is now available. This month's cover story discusses the midterm elections — the leaders that Americans elect this year will determine whether Barack Obama achieves his lifelong dream to “transform America” by eliminating your right to keep and bear arms the same way it’s been abolished in much of the world. Read the full issue here: http://bit.ly/1pxlH4V
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https://plus.google.com/118385083764837671461 Dennis Gorski : The November issue of NRA America's 1st Freedom is now available. This month's cover story discusses...
The November issue of NRA America's 1st Freedom is now available. This month's cover story discusses the midterm elections — the leaders that Americans elect this year will determine whether Barack Obama achieves his lifelong dream to “transform America” by eliminating your right to keep and bear arms the same way it’s been abolished in much of the world. Read the full issue here: http://bit.ly/1pxlH4V
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The November issue of NRA America's 1st Freedom is now available. This month's cover story discusses the midterm elections — the leaders that Americans elect this year will determine whether Barack Obama achieves his lifelong dream to “transform America” by eliminating your right to keep and bear arms the same way it’s been abolished in much of the world. Read the full issue here: http://bit.ly/1pxlH4V
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The November issue of NRA America's 1st Freedom is now available. This month's cover story discusses the midterm elections — the leaders that Americans elect this year will determine whether Barack Obama achieves his lifelong dream to “transform America” by eliminating your right to keep and bear arms the same way it’s been abolished in much of the world. Read the full issue here: http://bit.ly/1pxlH4V
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The November issue of NRA America's 1st Freedom is now available. This month's cover story discusses the midterm elections — the leaders that Americans elect this year will determine whether Barack Obama achieves his lifelong dream to “transform America” by eliminating your right to keep and bear arms the same way it’s been abolished in much of the world. Read the full issue here: http://bit.ly/1pxlH4V
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The November issue of NRA America's 1st Freedom is now available. This month's cover story discusses the midterm elections — the leaders that Americans elect this year will determine whether Barack Obama achieves his lifelong dream to “transform America” by eliminating your right to keep and bear arms the same way it’s been abolished in much of the world. Read the full issue here: http://bit.ly/1pxlH4V
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https://plus.google.com/101028615055363023012 LeCount David ll Fantroy : I advocate that you research before you vote, and if you don't like what you see ... You should not ...
I advocate that you research before you vote, and if you don't like what you see ... You should not vote for someone just because they are running under a particular political party.

That is a big difference than me being a advocate for not voting.  I do however beleive that the system needs to be changed, and without representation, it will never change, unless the plan is a revolution of and by the people.

When I was younger, I would just vote blue ... despite not knowing anything about the people I was voting for.  

Lucky for me, with age and experience comes wisdom. 
There are many political parties which exists, and new ones can always be created by the people .... There is no law that says you have to support the Republican or the Democrat party, or that you can not form a new party.  

Total state affiliates for each political party
Political party States
Alaskan Independence Party 1
America's Party 1
American First Party 1
American Party of South Carolina 1
Americans Elect 6
Connecticut Independent Party 1
Conservative Party 1
Constitution Party 14
Delaware Independent Party 1
Democratic Party 51
Ecology Party 1
Green Party 20
Hawaii Independent Party 1
Independence Party 3
Independence Party of Minnesota 1
Independent American Party 4
Justice Party 2
Labor Party 1
Libertarian Party 35
Liberty Union Party 1
Moderate Party 1
Mountain Party 1
Natural Law Party 2
Oregon Independent Party 1
Oregon Progressive Party 1
Peace and Freedom Party 2
Reform Party 3
Republican Party 51
Socialism and Liberation Party 1
Socialist Party 2
Tea Party 1
United Citizens Party 1
Vermont Progressive Party 1
Working Families Party 5

There are resources people can use to inform themselves years in advance ... People can also select and vote in peope whom they respect and beleive in ... we do not have to wait for the establishment to hand select our options.  If voting is so important, why are people to lazy to do the real work?  The easy work is waiting in line and selecting people you never heard of.  Every democrat does not support your best interest.  They are all individuals, who have individuals views, and display individual actions.  You should be aware of those actions before you put them in office to represent you.
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https://plus.google.com/115050147692891242942 Nakisha Johnson : I advocate that you research before you vote, and if you don't like what you see ... You should not ...
I advocate that you research before you vote, and if you don't like what you see ... You should not vote for someone just because they are running under a particular political party.

That is a big difference than me being a advocate for not voting.  I do however beleive that the system needs to be changed, and without representation, it will never change, unless the plan is a revolution of and by the people.

When I was younger, I would just vote blue ... despite not knowing anything about the people I was voting for.  

Lucky for me, with age and experience comes wisdom. 
There are many political parties which exists, and new ones can always be created by the people .... There is no law that says you have to support the Republican or the Democrat party, or that you can not form a new party.  

Total state affiliates for each political party
Political party States
Alaskan Independence Party 1
America's Party 1
American First Party 1
American Party of South Carolina 1
Americans Elect 6
Connecticut Independent Party 1
Conservative Party 1
Constitution Party 14
Delaware Independent Party 1
Democratic Party 51
Ecology Party 1
Green Party 20
Hawaii Independent Party 1
Independence Party 3
Independence Party of Minnesota 1
Independent American Party 4
Justice Party 2
Labor Party 1
Libertarian Party 35
Liberty Union Party 1
Moderate Party 1
Mountain Party 1
Natural Law Party 2
Oregon Independent Party 1
Oregon Progressive Party 1
Peace and Freedom Party 2
Reform Party 3
Republican Party 51
Socialism and Liberation Party 1
Socialist Party 2
Tea Party 1
United Citizens Party 1
Vermont Progressive Party 1
Working Families Party 5

There are resources people can use to inform themselves years in advance ... People can also select and vote in peope whom they respect and beleive in ... we do not have to wait for the establishment to hand select our options.  If voting is so important, why are people to lazy to do the real work?  The easy work is waiting in line and selecting people you never heard of.  Every democrat does not support your best interest.  They are all individuals, who have individuals views, and display individual actions.  You should be aware of those actions before you put them in office to represent you.
http://ballotpedia.org/Ballotpedia:Voter_education_resources
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BALLOT ACCESS: Battleground ARIZONA. The Constitution Party of Arizona begins ballot access petitioning on August 26, contact them now to help.
Independents Up in Arizona, Democrats and Republicans Down

Independents: 1,152,444, up 0.6 percent since March.

Republicans: 1,122,723, down. 0.17 percent since March.

Democrats: 944,665, down 0.45 percent since March.

Libertarians: 26,915, up 0.01 percent since March.

Americans Elect: 399, no percentage change

source, the Arizona Republic. 

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https://plus.google.com/105909436467296371451 Alfredo Bremont : that's what they said to Hamas the NATO Nazi murder regime, The terrorist victim as the aggressor israel...
that's what they said to Hamas the NATO Nazi murder regime, The terrorist victim as the aggressor israel is considered the victim. from Afghanistan to Tripoli all NATO does is kill children's destroy house's and residents kill the elderly and put in place corrupt governments, they call this barbaric democracy or obey us or you are with them. this Nazi organization is the right arm of the UN and the left arm is washington, this criminals all they do is kill the innocent and their own people as the UN has now admitted work for us and risk your lives. not for the good and the spiritual but rather the construction companies, the world bank and the IMF-FMI, the organisation that has as task destroy Africa and south america turn europeans into slaves and have the chocolate boy from Ukraine build a slave and crematoriums shop for the idiotic Ukrainians,as he calls them this lot do not deserve to love so we shall kill them as we did to JESUS.
people hate america because Americans elect hitler style presidents that spread wars worldwide, Clinton, g w bush Obama, etc..! so you the people are the ones that put criminals in office so they can destroy the world is normal that the world hate Americans . what do you expect..! do as Germans did on ww 1 and 2 love the one that enslaves you which is what Americans do. they love the one that enslaves you, Iraq,  Israel, 911, Vietnam, you name it, just crimes and wars for petrol and land like Gaza another gas war. and the Americans applaud is Hamas the terrorist which in fact is israel the criminal.  moreover Americans are slaughter for no reason just  by you the people electing warmongers and criminals. navy seals die for nothing because you the people elect criminals and warmongers. yes support the troops commit crimes and be kill for wall street. that is the american mentality and them complain. 
Greenwald: US Intelligence Enables Israeli Attacks
Glenn Greenwald tells Paul Jay that new Snowden documents show that American hands are in every war launched by Israel against Palestinians
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