- May 3, 2011
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Yup, too much government meddling results in spending to influence that meddling.Government spending that improves some market investments, allows for a quid pro quo.OK. What does that have to do with the First Amendment?We most certainly could turn off the money the Federal Reserve is pumping into the markets.When the federal government controls such a huge piece of the economy, of course people willWe indeed could turn the money off.
have an incentive to spend money to get a piece of the action or input into the process.
And they're allowed to by the Constitution.
So no, you can't.
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It essentially can be buying votes.
It allows candidates to effectively be able to say, "contribute to my campaign, and I will ensure your profits double after I am elected".
The Federal Reserve pumping can be used to selectively benefit a few.