I don't know this writer very well, but he writes a lot. I think he's young, so I'll cut him some slack -- if he's going to pretend he's putting forth intelligent arguments, though, then he should do better than this.
This is the weakest argument I've seen against Citizens United. Pilon at Cato wrote that an incumbent has an advantage because, in our system, the sitting President can give things away for votes. Nowadays, Wall Street is pretty much hated by everyone, so what advantage does Romney have, if it's true all his support comes from Wall Street, while Obama can bribe the middle class, all special interests and anyone looking for a handout?
All this guy and other liberals can do is imply that evil (Wall Street) money in politics can buy anything and anyone, but they never explain why the middle class, the poor, minorities, women and all special interests would be swayed by someone bought and paid for by Wall Street? Something's wrong with this guy -- he has some kind of new Romney/Wall Street syndrome that's similar to Bush Syndrome.