I believe that everyone
should be identified so
that we know who is
providing support for
each decision or act.
PHOTODISC/COMS TOCK/CHRIS A RUSNAK
You should be
responsible for what
you say or advertise
or don’t say it at all.
If you have the nerve
to say it you should
have the guts to
admit your feelings
to the public.
THe SUPReMe COURT decision earlier this year opened the
door for corporations, unions and other organizations to
sponsor their own campaign ads on behalf of or against
political candidates and initiatives.
Some say this is not a problem, as long as voters know
who is putting up the money, making the ads—and their
backers—more open and accountable.
Others say that requiring this kind of transparency deters
free speech, focuses on some groups and organizations over
others and flies in the face of the Constitution.
What do you think?
I want to know about
the political party.
I really do not care
about someone’s picture on the ad.
not influence my
find out more about this topic on the Web:
http://thehill.com (search “Disclose Act”)
Some things can
remain private. Less
20 The Costco Connection NOVEMBER 2010