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Separation of Corporate and State

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Separation of Corporate and State

     There is an inherent conflict between the power of institutions, such as the church, and the rights of the people that led to the separation of church and state in our Constitution. There is also an inherent conflict between institutions that have formed from corporations into power structures that now control huge lobbies in congress, medias, such as television, print media, cable, and radio. Our state's Secretaries of States contract corporations to provide voting equipment and count the votes from our elections. In short corporations dominate our government, legislation, media, and elections.

Corporations should run the government through lobbies, media, and election technologies.
Capitalism is the freedom to become corporations and influence as much as they can.
Corporations should not influence the government, media, or elections.
Corrupt capitalism is when the wealthy dominate governments and people.

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