Subject: File No. 4-637
From: Jeannie Walsh

January 13, 2013

Securities and Exchange Comm.


Dear Securities and Exchange Comm.,

I’m writing to urge the commission’s prompt approval of rules requiring public disclosure of political spending by publicly-held companies. Disclosure is vital to the SEC’s responsibility to ensure that investors havge the information they need to make sound decisions about when and where to put their money. Shareholders also have a right to know how companies in their investment portfolios are investing that money, particularly when the spending falls outside the company’s normal business activity. The truth is corporations are not all owned by nor are all employees and shareholders american citizens. Citizens united are people who claim to be american citizens, but raise money from unknown sources that could be anti-american terror groups who might destroy our country. Our security on this group is a high risk to our national security. Every person in corporations has not only the same right to vote I have, but I do not have citizens united vote buying power, because I believe that americas right to vote is a right not meant to be abused by being brought and paid for.

Thank you for considering my comment.

Sincerely,

jeannie walsh