CORPORATE STATES OF AMERICA a NWO Agenda

Corporate States of NWODo you want to continue to have a say, albeit, not very much, in what goes on in this government? If you do, you must act, as outlined below, as soon as possible. We have got to give it a try, even if we go down, we must stop the corporate takeover. This is so very important, if we can’t get this, then this will become the Corporate States of America, act as soon as possible.

The DISCLOSE Act is up for a crucial procedural vote tomorrow afternoon.
But as of right now, we still don’t have the votes we need to curb unlimited corporate spending in elections. That’s because Republicans are pledging to block this commonsense legislation from even getting an up-or-down vote.


Please click here to urge your friends to add their names next to yours on our petition at DISCLOSEact.com — or forward the message below. Then call the Capitol switchboard at (202) 224-3121 to demand your Republican Senator(s) in Florida support the DISCLOSE Act (S. 3295).


If we don’t pass the DISCLOSE Act, the Supreme Court’s disastrous Citizens United decision will stand unchecked — allowing corporations (including foreign companies and government contractors) to secretly spend millions of dollars for or against candidates for public office.


So pick up the phone and let your Senators know that you’re one of the over 25,000 citizens who have signed the DISCLOSEact.com petition. And make sure they’re aware that 80% of Americans oppose the Citizens United decision, which unleashed unbridled corporate spending in elections.1


Thank you for taking action — and urging my colleagues to do right by the American people tomorrow afternoon.


Sincerely,

Patrick Leahy
U.S. Senator

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Posted on 7,31,Monday, in CORPORATE STATES OF AMERICA, DAVID J GREGORY, The DISCLOSE Act and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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