In this episode, I lay out my argument as to why the Citizens United case was decided correctly. (Click here to read an article I wrote in 2010 about how liberals overreacted to the decision.) Although preventing corruption is a legitimate governmental interest, restricting what people spend to express opinions cannot possibly level the playing field or anything like it. It is simply beyond the abilities of Congress, which is why there have never been any fair or effective prohibitions on independent expenditures. I also discuss fundraising considerations that Rocky Anderson and other candidates must face.