Lobbyists are unconstitutional

Lobbyists and Political Action Committees are unconstitutional because they represent an individual more than once.
An eligible voter gets one vote and is represented by one representative and two senators. 

By lobbying for a business allows an individual to be representative by another vote in congress?

A Political Action Committee does the same thing. 

It allows a voter to vote more than once on an issue. In order for this government to work we should vote in an election to cast a vote.
The broken circle represents a PAC or Lobbyists that allows us to vote more than once by influencing the government before or after an election is not what our country founders wanted in this government.
Is it one person one vote
Or
Is it one person eight votes or more.
You can plainly see that more than one vote can corrupt a government.

If a Congressman asked the lobbyists who he represented and the lobbyist said,” I represent Tomas, Motherkitty and the city of 
Marion, KY”.

In the statement above the lobbyists says he is acting as a representative which is the same job that the Congressman was voted in to be for the area that is MarionKY.
Or
If a Congressman asked the lobbyists who he represented and the lobbyist said,” I represent Tomas, Motherkitty, the City of Marion, KY and the people of 
DavenportWA.

In this second statement above the lobbyists says he is acting as a representative which is the same job that the Congressman was voted in to be for the area that is MarionKY and also for the people of some other community in another part of the country who has a different Congressman.

That is not what our founders wanted.

We have a right to assemble and speak our minds as a group or privately as an individual and be represented by the United States Congress.

People can attempt to influence or sway The United States Congress toward a desired action for a cause or they can vote in an election for a desired action.

Do I have the right to be a representative of some company?

The answer is yes and do I have the right to represent my company before congress? 

I think not because the people in the company are already represented before Congress by their Congressmen.

Lobbying is not built into the checks and balances of our government even though former congressman can be seen jawboning their way into the halls of government.

The conservative political world wants a smaller government but they seem to maintain the largest Political Action Committees in the land who run their Political Action Committee as great influencer of our inner circles of the checks and balances of our government.
 

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Words   by Tomas