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Documents show effects of corporations on U.S. politics: Should corporations have a part of the democratic process in the U.S.?

  • Corporations are people, my friend

    Laws and regulations affect businesses in the United States, and those businesses should have some sort of input about the laws that are passed. I would much rather than each business got a "vote" than the current way of doing things, which is that the businesses just buy off the elected official and control basically ALL the votes.

  • No, corporations should not have a part of the democratic process in the U.S.

    No, corporations should not have a part of the democratic process in the U.S. because it will reduce the say of the voters. Voters should be the only ones with any influence on politics. Corporations care too much about profits and will often sacrifice the happiness of their employees to gain more money.

  • No, corporations should not have any part of the democratic process in the US.

    No, corporations should not have any part of the democratic process in the US. The democratic process if for citizens of the United Staes, not businesses, agencies, organizations, churches, or any other group of people. It is for individuals to assert their right to vote for the person or persons they want to represent them and their views in the local, stated and federal government.

  • No, corportations should not play a role in the democratic process in the US.

    No, corporations should not play a role in the democratic process in the US. Democracy should not be about how much money you have. Giving corporations power in government effectively gives people with money power. Having money should not influence how much of a voice you have in democracy. That goes against the very principle of what it means to be a democratic and equal country.


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