Well, my own views on the subject certainly won't come as any surprise to you nor, I think, to anybody else on this forum. You guys are already well aware that I'm a dirty pinko Komsomol, albeit one with socially-conservative views.
Personally I think this is one of the gravest problems we're facing right now, if not the gravest. The super-rich play by a demonstrably different set of economic rules than the rest of us do - capital-gains income being taxed in a completely different way than earned income - and what we have been seeing is the result of that.
Most of the political problems we are facing right now, actually, are the result of a few very well-connected financial and industrial plutocrats influencing the entire decision-making calculus in our elected government, and rewriting the laws to be as favourable as possible to their own narrowly-defined self-interests. I realise it's a bit oversimplistic to blame Citizens United for this shift, but the shift has indeed happened, and personally I feel we're at the point now that the practice of our government is 'one dollar, one vote' under the flimsy ersatz of 'one person, one vote'.
Some more blood, Chekov. The needle won't hurt, Chekov. Take off your shirt, Chekov. Roll over, Chekov. Breathe deeply, Chekov. Blood sample, Chekov! Marrow sample, Chekov! Skin sample, Chekov! If I live long enough... I'm going to run out of samples.