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Members of Wolf-PAC New Mexico discuss the current fight with Common Cause. Cenk Uygur, host of The Young Turks, simplifies. Tell us just what you believe in the remark area below.

" To recover real, depictive freedom in the USA by pushing our State Legislators to pass a much needed Free and also Fair Elections Modification to our Constitution. There are just 2 ways to modify our Constitution: (1) Go through Congress (solitary number authorization rating) or (2) Undergo our State Legislators using a modification suggesting convention.

Wolf-PAC thinks that we could not depend on our Federal Government to do exactly what is in the most effective rate of interest of the American people due to the unfettered amount of money they receive from outside organizations to money their projects. We point to the failing of the Disclose Work as rock solid evidence that this would certainly be a total waste of our time, initiative, as well as loan. We likewise indicate the current decision by the United States High court to not even listen to a case filed by Montana declaring it did not have to follow People United, as evidence that state regulations is not an enough action to fix this trouble. Our team believe that we have no option but to put a change in the hands of our State Legislators, that are not, currently in time, totally blinded by the influence of loan, as well as could really do what 96% of the country wants – eliminate the substantial influence that loan has over our political procedure." *.

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  1. Posted by walker paulson, at Reply

    war!

  2. Posted by Spoder Man, at Reply

    WE LOVE QATAR AND SOROS, YOU DUMBASS!! WE TAKE THEIR MONEY ALL THE TIME

    • Posted by CountJimbo, at Reply

      Get out more man – seriously, you are a majorly unhappy guy. Get outside, get off the internet and meet real people.

    • Posted by sharper68, at Reply

      Your caps lock is on as you say stupid things,  loud stupid is no better than the normal kind.

    • Posted by Trollop 7, at Reply

      So is Chunk relying on voluntarism to fund a campaign to take over the Democratic party so as to levy higher taxes thereby ending all voluntarism?

    • Posted by sharper68, at Reply

      +Trollop 7 Your assertion is base stupid and a straw man as nothing they advocate for will end volunteerism, your cause and effect is wrapped in lie and the taxes are going up anyway for everyone but the rich.

  3. Posted by Trollop 7, at Reply

    Balls to this.

    • Posted by Dan Mason, at Reply

      Oh, my… What an atrocity Cenk has committed…

    • Posted by Trollop 7, at Reply

      Dan Mason
      I know this might be difficult for you, but perhaps could detail which atrocity you think Chunk has committed.
      To me, he seems like a very nice man, and I always feel as if he’s genuine and full of the best of intentions, but I’m always open to hearing a differing point of view.

    • Posted by Dan Mason, at Reply

      Trying to match my sarcasm? 😛

    • Posted by Trollop 7, at Reply

      Genuinely curious to know what you think he’s done wrong.
      I see a lot of criticism of the guy on these pages. Some of it seems pretty wild, but I’m always interested to know what people think. 🙂

    • Posted by Dan Mason, at Reply

      Ok, if you’re not trolling me, I’ll be serious about it. I assumed by your name that you were one of the people trolling TYT. When I said he committed an atrocity, I was joking. I don’t hate Cenk at all. He is a bit of a sensationalist and that is why he attracts so many people that hate him. He also has a bit of a blind spot about Turkey and certain aspects of Islam. I grew up in Egypt and went to Turkey a bunch of times so I get the turkish pride. Lastly, There was an infamous genocide in Turkey by an offshoot faction of the original group known as “young turks” and Cenk doesn’t really like to talk about it on the main show. Trolls obsess over it. Most of the trolls come from channels like Stefan Molyneux, Alex Jones, Sargon of Akkad, DaveRubin. Stefan in particular is a real creep. Sargon and Rubin are ok on some things, imo. Alex Jones, lol you’ve probably heard of his “amazing reputation”. I mostly watch Majority Report for my political opinion/comedy fix.

  4. Posted by mobaby1979, at Reply

    I’ve heard Cenq rant about joining WOLF-PAC before, but for some reason it really resonated with me tonight. I think I just needed to remember to VISUALIZE that type of future with money out of politics – it’s what I’ve wanted so bad for this country, but I had lost optimism about it ever happening. But Cenq says it like it WILL and wow, I have to say that’s really refreshing, and dare I say believable. We HAVE to believe – what choice do we have?? We have to fight this with our wallets and minds. They don’t think we will.

    • Posted by San47di, at Reply

      Remember when President Obama warned of this in the 2010 State of the Union?? Chief Justice John Roberts and Alito, both nominated to the bench by President George W. Bush. Roberts once said the presidential speech has “denigrated into a political pep rally” and added that it was “troubling” to expect members of the high court to sit there expressionless. Indeed, Alito was seen on TV cameras during Obama’s 2010 remarks shaking his head and mouthing the words “not true” when the president criticized the high court’s ruling in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, which upheld the right of corporations and unions to make unlimited, independent political expenditures.

    • Posted by Supreme, at Reply

      NickonAquaMagna – Let them know that the Hamptons is not a defensible position.

  5. Posted by Jonathan Renteria, at Reply

    Common Cause’s Wikipedia page needs to be edited to reflect their new stance on money in politics.

    • Posted by Fletcher V, at Reply

      Their statement about this video is here: http://www.commoncause.org/press/press-releases/young-turks-attack-on-common.html
      Please note they are NOT supporting money in politics. Their point is that an article V convention has never happened before, and there are many holes in the rules. They are concerned that big money could actually corrupt the whole process of the convention and we could end up with something from ALEC passing instead. Especially in our current GOP gerrymandered condition.
      I’m not sure what to make of the whole thing yet, but don’t dumb this down by just saying they’re for money in politics. They have a long history of fighting against that.

    • Posted by Shaw Foyet, at Reply

      With all due respect, please do some basic research first. A runaway convention is not possible (written in the resolution, ruled on by DOJ, 700 calls now for a convention but not 34 on one topic). Convention is held on single topic that 34 states agrees on and ratifies. Getting money out of the politics is favored by 90 percent of the people including 80 percent of the republicans [No other issue has this amount of support]. Plus anything proposed has to be ratified at 2/3 of states. Plus the corporate money can already modify our constitution (see congress). The only people fighting an official conservation about big money in politics (amendment convention) are people who want big money in politics or those who are scared and haven’t done any research. To restore true, representative democracy in the United States by pressuring our State Legislators to pass a much needed Free and Fair Elections Amendment to our Constitution. There are only 2 ways to amend our Constitution: (1) Go through Congress (single digit approval rating) or (2) Go through our State Legislators via an amendment proposing convention.
      Everyone knows that we can no longer count on our Federal Government to do what is in the best interest of the American people due to the unfettered amount of money they receive from outside organizations to fund their campaigns. We point to the failure of the Disclose Act as rock solid evidence that this would be a total waste of our time, effort, and money. We also point to the recent decision by the US Supreme Court to not even hear a case filed by Montana claiming it did not have to abide by Citizens United, as proof that state legislation is not a sufficient measure to solve this problem. We believe that we have no choice but to put an amendment in the hands of our State Legislators, who are not, at this moment in time, completely blinded by the influence of money, and might actually do what 96% of the country wants – take away the massive influence that money has over our political process. Let’s stand together, have a great day.

  6. Posted by Thomas MacKelly, at Reply

    common cause is getting scared. Take the time to call them and point that out

    • Posted by Melanoma Trump, at Reply

      ^ ^ ^

    • Posted by milkdudder, at Reply

      Their mailbox is already full. Call their press offices. They still accept messages. until they cut the line in fear. lol

    • Posted by Of Woodbridge and Hedgely, at Reply

      They’re not scared. The only way to defeat them is start primarying their friends in the state legislatures who take money from them.

  7. Posted by Jesse Francis, at Reply

    Also in Hawaii, Common Cause submitted testimony against HCR50 for WOLF PAC

    • Posted by Jesse Francis, at Reply

      Just this Tuesday.

  8. Posted by Shaun Fuller, at Reply

    Very emotional. Very disappointing. We are young and hungry. You are old and tired. The young wolves will soon grow strong enough to lead the pack.

    • Posted by Trollop 7, at Reply

      It’s an ideal time to start a third party. The Clintons aren’t about to relinquish control of their money printing machine, and when the time comes, they are not going to release it to you.

    • Posted by Red Rooster, at Reply

      The Federal Reserve is a private company and has been since 1913. It is owned by Jews FFS.

    • Posted by Trollop 7, at Reply

      Red Rooster: _”The Federal Reserve is a private company…”_
      Tomatoes are a kind of fruit though, and as for peanuts, they’re not even a nut, RIGHT? (right, RIGHT).

    • Posted by plasticfrank, at Reply

      Trollop 7 – I’m afraid that’s where the liberals will split. If liberals get divided into the justice dems and a third party neither will be as effective as they can be. Also – it doesn’t matter if you’re socialist, third party or justice dem, all liberals should be registering as democrat now. We need to all be democrats on paper to participate in the primaries.

    • Posted by Trollop 7, at Reply

      plasticfrank
      Sure, that would be nice. Here’s the problem.
      2008 39% of people identified as Democrats.
      2016 25% of people identified as Democrats.
      But 80% of the Democratic party are loyal to Clinton/Obama.

  9. Posted by Kim Destiche, at Reply

    Why is the ACLU pro Citizens United?

    • Posted by Tatchko, at Reply

      That is coming from the faulty assumptions that Corporations are people with the same legal rights as actual citizens and that Money is speech. Neither are true.

    • Posted by Desecration, at Reply

      Theft is always going to occur no matter how you try to fix the problems so you may as not do anything. We’re making a principled argument. -ACLU

    • Posted by winehousedrunk, at Reply

      That is a twisted neoliberal view on what constitutes freedom. Money doesn’t liberate, truth does.

    • Posted by Sao Cungduoc, at Reply

      Snape: “True freedom” should be measured by fairness, not the freedom of some to exploit and suppress freedoms of others. The sort of “freedom” you are supporting belongs in the state of nature.

  10. Posted by Presence, at Reply

    Common Cause has said that an Article 5 Constitutional Convention is dangerous and can be co-opted. *Wolf-PAC disagrees.* I really hope TYT will go in depth on this issue, so we can understand what is the best strategy. I have donated to Wolf-PAC in the past, and will again, but these are legitimate questions which need to be answered!!

    • Posted by Snape Nightmare, at Reply

      Co=opted for sure it will be, by billionaires. They will be thanking you for making it even more pro corporate friendly. Tyt, will not make themsevles look bad. They just dug themselves into a huge hole, and will be free for all.

    • Posted by Steve G, at Reply

      What is your question or questions?

    • Posted by Million Dollar Rabies, at Reply

      That is certainly a possibility. But it is very likely that the only viable issue on the table will be for money in politics, since that is what the convention will be about. We probably don’t have 3/4ths of states who could agree on any other issue right now, but they could agree on getting money out of politics.

    • Posted by Shaw Foyet, at Reply

      The need for real campaign finance reform is not a progressive issue. It is not a conservative issue. It is an American issue. It is an issue that should concern all Americans, regardless of their political point of view, who wish to preserve the essence of the longest standing democracy in the world, a government that represents all of the people and not a handful of powerful and wealthy special interests. A runaway convention is not possible (written in the resolution, ruled on by DOJ, 700 calls now for a convention but not 34 on one topic). Convention is held on single topic that 34 states agrees on and ratifies. Getting money out of the politics is favored by 90 percent of the people including 80 percent of the republicans [No other issue has this amount of support.Only a bipartisan cause really has a chance to be ratified. Plus, the threat if a CC has been enough to get Congress to act before.  ]. Plus anything proposed has to be ratified at 2/3 of states. Plus the corporate money can already modify our constitution (see congress). The only people fighting an official conservation about big money in politics (amendment convention) are people who want big money in politics or those who are scared and haven’t done any research. To restore true, representative democracy in the United States by pressuring our State Legislators to pass a much needed Free and Fair Elections Amendment to our Constitution. There are only 2 ways to amend our Constitution: (1) Go through Congress (single digit approval rating) or (2) Go through our State Legislators via an amendment proposing convention.
      Everyone knows that we can no longer count on our Federal Government to do what is in the best interest of the American people due to the unfettered amount of money they receive from outside organizations to fund their campaigns. We point to the failure of the Disclose Act as rock solid evidence that this would be a total waste of our time, effort, and money. We also point to the recent decision by the US Supreme Court to not even hear a case filed by Montana claiming it did not have to abide by Citizens United, as proof that state legislation is not a sufficient measure to solve this problem. We believe that we have no choice but to put an amendment in the hands of our State Legislators, who are not, at this moment in time, completely blinded by the influence of money, and might actually do what 96% of the country wants – take away the massive influence that money has over our political process. [P.S.The states have the power to limit an Article V Convention to a single issue. It doesn’t allow for the constitution to be rewritten. Amendments can only be proposed, they still have to be ratified by 34 states.] Let’s stand together, have a great day.

    • Posted by Anthony Acosta, at Reply

      Shaw Foyet That’s what I’m talking about!! TYT army is too strong!!

  11. Posted by Jacob Templeton, at Reply

    I worked for the New Mexico senate during the 2017 session and I saw these guys at the capital just about everyday however I didn’t know they were with wolf pack thats awesome to see.

    • Posted by Gianna Adela, at Reply

      Jacob Templeton My family friend was in this video. He is an awesome guy that went up to Santa Fe almost every day last month. It’s amazing.
      He sacrificed time with his children.

      These are real, random people fighting for what they believe. Love it.

    • Posted by Jacob Templeton, at Reply

      It was a very tough session but your friends sacrifice will pay off if not in the 2018 session it will in the 2019 session when we get a democratic governor and more dems behind this very important resolution.

  12. Posted by Henry Kujawa, at Reply

    Those BASTARDS!!!!!

    SIGNED the petition… and POSTED it on several FB pages.

    Oh yeah… and as it happens, earlier tonight, SENT MONEY. Go get ’em.

    • Posted by milkdudder, at Reply

      Henry Kujawa You call them and tell others on the fb post to call with the number posted? best way to get their attention is to do it in droves. p perhaps those who work for common cause you actually believe in the cause could be swayed if enough people are raising their voices

  13. Posted by Memo Less, at Reply

    common cause just fucked up. the tyt army is coming for you.

    • Posted by stau ffap, at Reply

      What does common cause stand for? Can you tell me?

    • Posted by fitz snakeeyes, at Reply

      Memo Less to commit genocide? 🐸prais kek

  14. Posted by shammy davisjr, at Reply

    Corporate Democrats are worst than Republicans.

    • Posted by Sam Burns, at Reply

      Yes, because they’re sellouts and weaklings. At least their counterparts refuse to be content with losing as long as they keep their jobs.

  15. Posted by Anthony Lopez, at Reply

    I hate TYT, but I see the passion in these people’s eyes. I support them.

    • Posted by Henry Lansing, at Reply

      Thank you. You may disagree with TYT, but we can all agree that something needs to be done about the influence of money in politics

  16. Posted by PKNHET, at Reply

    TRUCK OF PEACE STRIKES AGAIN – SWEDEN STOCKHOLM. Cant wait for TYTs mental gymnastics, bring up the crusades, dylan roof, abortion clinic bombings and maybe bill o’reily

    • Posted by Sam Burns, at Reply

      Have you got your macros updated and ready?

    • Posted by PKNHET, at Reply

      Sam Burns please explain

  17. Posted by David Myers, at Reply

    The 20% to 30% of the people that have always voted against their own interests do allot of damage along with the politicians. How do you reach these people that are hooked on right wing media programs. And voted for Bush 2 times and that voted for the Trump administration. How do you reason with people that will follow morons off of a cliff, like Trump and other rightwing shysters.

    • Posted by Sam Burns, at Reply

      *You take their side and become more extremist than they ever would. It’s a long-term commitment, but it’s also very effective in bursting their respective bubbles to the point where they start to find their political views to be repulsive.*

      Let’s also note that they didn’t form their views overnight, so a long-term commitment may also be required to change them.

  18. Posted by bryantppierce, at Reply

    Seems like we are losing at EVERYTHING.

  19. Posted by Jesuisquejesuis, at Reply

    A Constitutional Convention which addresses only this issue? All for it. Open up the convention to anything more than that could be opening Pandora’s Box.