I'm not telling you how to vote, But
As they say in the U.K. (or at least on in Python skits) "Wink Wink Nudge Nudge Say no more...."
"The meeting leader said, 'I am not telling you how to vote, but if the Democrats win, this bill will pass ... ' " --Wal-Mart supervisor in The Wall Street Journal, Aug. 1 "This is not about me trying to force a political candidate on you and trying to see how you vote." --Corporate consulting CEO to his managing directors in a January email about Mitt Romney, in the Journal, Aug. 7
"Prominent labor groups are seeking an investigation into whether Wal-Mart Stores Inc. violated federal election laws by telling employees that electing Democrats would lead to passage of legislation ...
One one hand I imagine we all try to encourage the people around us to vote our way on the issues, Yet it seems to cross the line when corporations make their views known with force.
I made a made simular comments a few weeks back on a NowPublic story about Obamas great world fact finding tour. I stated then how in essence it was allowing international corporations to have an influence on the vote in America.
Food for thought.