The Conservative Supreme Court is trying to turn our country into a permanent plutocracy. The ruling invalidates part of the 2002 McCain-Feingold campaign finance reform law that sought to limit corporate influence.

The Supreme Court campaign finance ruling on Thursday means corporations can spend freely on political ads leading up to elections. The Thursday decision invalidates a part of 2002 McCain-Feingold campaign-finance reform law that sought to limit corporate influence.

This is why the stolen election of 2000 mattered. Had the “People’s Choice” Al Gore been able to serve as President, we wouldn’t have the current configuration of Supreme Court Justices and we wouldn’t have had this conservative judicial activism. Decisions like this is why some of us will NEVER get over the stolen election of 2000.

Posted: Thursday, January 21st, 2010 @ 9:25 pm
Categories: General.
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  1. Ritorna Says:

    Scalia knew what he was doing in 2000. For years he had been almost alone. Gradually he picked up like minded Naziopaths until the court was pretty evenly split. By ensuring Bush got in, he got O’Connor replaced with a wingnut. Of course, Bush didn’t get to replace two Justices until his second term – the one he actually won. Shame on America!

  2. Timothy Beauchamp Says:

    Yea, my take has always been when Bush was installed, it allowed him to start the whole war with Iraq and ensure he got those two justices. The powers that be knew that war was the way to keep him in power to get their hands on the levers of judicial power. The War in Iraq insured people would be afraid to vote him out and he got to select his wingnuts. In the meantime, he packed the Justice Department with all kinds of crazies for lifetime appointments.

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