"I do not think that this ruling is going to change our country. How many votes do the corporations control. How do they VOTE."
Over time corporations get bigger and bigger. Many become globalist corporations. They push for globalization or global market expansion. They have enormous amounts of monetary clout.
In short, they lobby for global legislative changes that benefit their expansion models to pave the way to their visions of market expansions to unlock future global max profits. They have the clout$$$. They vote with their wallet.
They have no concern of 2-party pom pom wavers.
The government has become corporatized. No longer a government, by the people, for the people. However, the government does hand out pom poms for the party of your choice and two party platform Rah Rah sections.
The corporations have the most cash. Money is wealth and wealth is power.
That said, on the other end of the commerce spectrum is the consumer. The corporations need consumers. Globalist corporations need global consumers. The consumers are the people. In theory, if consumers banded together they could form a very strong political power to regulate corporations as well as the government as to how decisions pertaining to the world we live in here in America and can also be extended to a the global consumer base. All it takes is a push. No profits if no consumer. Yes it counts as a vote too, to the corporations as well as the government although they may believe they own the consumer.
Such a senario could happen. It wouldn't be easy and it wouldn't be pretty for any one of the three. But that could be what happens when the government is no longer, by the people, for the people, the way it was originally meant to be.