The Corporate Super PAC Money Vote Machine

submission by priceman
The Corporate Super PAC Money Vote Machine

Describe your work and why you think it could inspire people to act on this issue.

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More people now understand where the printed money supply in our economy come from(the Federal Reserve). That money in large part goes to corporate coffers and big donors who are then able to literally buy democracy. This machine shows the whole process, visually, all in one since Citizen's United.

What do you think is the biggest issue of money in politics today?

We are probably not as focused on the early decisions Santa Clara County vs. Southern Pacific Railroad(should be revisited and overturned since corporate person-hood was not even a part of that decision but falsely written down by the court reporter) to Buckley vs. Valeo as much as Citizen's United which just expands on those horrible decisions. Corporate person-hood must go or there is no Republic.

Discussion
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I wish we could resubmit, because i like this one better: http://i121.photobucket.com/albums/o237/prizonice_2/CU_redo.jpg But I'm still happy I was able to submit a decent entry for this contest and I'm still happy with my idea.

by priceman
about 2 years ago | Reply

Voted for ya priceman

by Mtw
about 2 years ago | Reply

Thank you, Mtw!

by priceman
about 2 years ago | Reply

priceman.
I just voted for your great poster. Very effective and really good design. Good luck hope you win. It's my favorite piece here. Going though all the graphic art here was fun and inspiring.
Shaharazade.

by shaharazade
about 2 years ago | Reply

^ :-)

by priceman
about 2 years ago | Reply

Thank you, shaharazade! That means a lot to me.

by priceman
about 2 years ago | Reply

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$3,000 for Jury Winner and $1,000 for Top Voted
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Submission Began
Friday, September 21

Submission Ended
Thursday, October 11
at 12:00 PM PDT

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Voting Began
Friday, October 12

Voting Ended
Monday, October 22
at 12:00 PM PDT

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Monopolistic
Monopolistic

Winner Announced
Tuesday, October 23

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