Self-styled campaign reformers have been working overtime to limit political debate when it is most important (immediately preceding an election) and where it is most effective (on television and radio). Many of these reformers will never be satisfied until all campaigns are publicly funded and oppressively regulated-by them. Their most recent product was the McCain-Feingold bill, the latest version of which Congress passed last year and President Bush ill-advisedly failed to veto. Today, the Supreme Court will hear arguments about the bill`s constitutionality.
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