If the Citizens United decision means that money is speech and corporations are people, then maybe we should make corporations (including SuperPACs) spending money on political ads subject to libel and slander laws. When the Koch brothers run ads like this, which PolitiFact determines to contain “Pants-On-Fire” lies, they should be liable. Not only that, but future ads by the same organization should be required to contain a disclaimer that says that this organization has been found guilty of lying — similar to health warnings on cigarette packs.
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