Words in themselves have not the power to commit bribery. Words can move to action only by persuasive speech. Words are uniquely human. Money is an inanimate object.
Campaign reforms and donations written into law by elected public servants are repugnant to the equal protection clause, Amendment 14 Section 1 of the United States Constitution and therefore null and void, (Marbury vs Madison) by reason that arbitrary sums of money for unrelated purposes is unconscionable.
Section Four of the Fourteenth Amendment can and must be amended. It holds that the public debt shall not be questioned. Arguments against the immunity of the public debt include, but are not limited to; 1. debts are payable at interest to private interests. 2. that congress has ceded its authority to private interests. 3. that the issuance of currency by private interests is unconstitutional.