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Topic - Duke Thomas
In a sign that super PACs are the new normal, two highly unlikely groups established the vehicles known for unlimited corporate contributions last week: an Occupy Wall Street super PAC and another created to run ads opposing — super PACs.
Everyone's creating them as super PACs," Mr. Thomas said.
Saying corporations are people is as bad as saying people are property," the latter group's founder, Duke Thomas, said of the 2010 Supreme Court case that allowed corporations and unions to donate to such groups and allowed them to accept contributions of any size.