January 13, 2013


There is, as Matthew Continetti notes, a certain irony in the idea that “an association of organizations with combined revenue of more than a billion dollars is launching a campaign to get ‘big money out of politics.’” In truth, no one wants to get money out of politics, but a lot of people want to get their opponents’ money out of politics.

This is what happened when they astroturfed the “grassroots” pressure for campaign finance “reform” last time. More here.

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