Argument: Unlimited corporate spending forces candidates to fundraise more
"A Bad Day for Democracy". The Christian Science Monitor. January 22, 2010: "The fear factor of unlimited corporate political spending this decision creates will now fuel a rapidly escalating fundraising arms race in Congress. With big firms now free to spend jaw-dropping sums to oppose or intimidate them, elected officials will feel compelled to spend more and more of their time raising money, thereby further distracting Congress from the pressing issues of the day."