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    15 WTF moments in Citizens United political spending

    On January 21, 2010, the Supreme Court ruled in Citizens United v. FEC that, as far as the First Amendment is concerned, corporations are people. What happened next? A whole bunch of WTF is what.

    15. When Target spent $100,000 to try making a right-wing homophobe Minnesota’s governor

    14. When California caught Koch-backed Arizona nonprofits meddling in its politics – and fined the meddlers $1,000,000

    13. Every time the Federal Election Commission fails to make a decision

    12. Every time President Obama fails to replace FEC commissioners whose terms have expired

    11. That time when health insurance giant Aetna publicly supported Obamacare but secretly funneled $7 million to anti-Obamacare tea party groups

    10. When Sen. Mitch McConnell switched his position on disclosure as soon as it seemed politically convenient

    9. When the political group that got the state of Montana to overturn its anti-corruption laws had to explain why its paperwork was found in a meth house

    8. When a PAC for House Speaker John Boehner got $25,000 from White Castle

    7. When Obama invited Corporate America to help pay for his inauguration

    6. Every time a corporation secretly funnels “dark money” into political organization masquerading as a nonprofit charity

    5. Every time you see a negative political paid for by a dark money group with a name like “Americans for a more American America”

    4. When OFA – the group originally formed to help elect Obama – promised access to the president in exchange for money

    3. When Chevron didn’t even try to hide its $2.5 million donation to help elect Republicans

    2. When Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy assumed when writing the majority opinion in Citizens United that corporate spending would be disclosed anyway

    1. When YOU actually made a difference by writing to the Securities and Exchange Commission