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Sunday, April 06, 2014

Congress As A Commodity Exchange

Buy! I Need 4 Senators against Voting Rights!

Mr. Clarence Thomas noted that he wished to remove all limits on political contributions in his opinion on McCutcheon vs FEC.

The 1976 decision in Buckey vs Valeo was the first to equate speech with money.
I consider it a gross fallacy.
Money is not speech, and it never will be.

The men who form the conservative wing of the Supreme Court are the Originators of a new era in political corruption, which will adversely affect us all, as our elected representatives will become Commodities and the Senate and House mere Exchanges where men and women are bought and sold.


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