Stewart: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, the Great Hope of Preserving Democracy

'Finally we're rid of the corrosive influence of not enough money in politics'

STEWART: "Victory. Finally we're rid of the corrosive influence of not enough money in politics."
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TOOBIN: "Basically, it gives people with a lot of money at their disposal to spread their influence more widely. If you have $1 million now, think of how many chunks of $5200 that makes."
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STEWART: "Yes! Lots and lots of $5200 checks. The last great hope of preserving our democracy from the corrupting influence of money is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.:

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