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January 21, 2010

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One step closer to a revolution? Nah, the large number of dumb asses, er, Americans either are 100% clueless or will believe the propaganda that it's good for freedom and democracy to let the corporations buy the rest of U$A™ that they don't already have. Nooses and light poles any one?

I think we should impeach the 5 "justices" that voted for this travesty.

Yeah, everyone is gnashing their teeth over the Brown win in Mass.--that is absolutely NOTHING in comparison to this. We are well and truly fucked now. Might as well just start actually voting for CEOs of corporations at this point.

I agree with the above comments and the final stake has been driven through the heart of Amerika. I hope that congresscritters will now have to have patches on their clothes like race drivers so we can tell who owns them. Or maybe on the screen below when they are on TV.

"where dissenters were crucified on telephone poles all along Interstate 15 leading into Las Vegas" ~ Stephen King, 'The Stand'

I can't even be snarky about this. It's both sickening and insulting to know that the price tag on our votes is now too high to count for us.

Absolutely agree with mothra: "Yeah, everyone is gnashing their teeth over the Brown win in Mass.--that is absolutely NOTHING in comparison to this. We are well and truly fucked now." Massachusetts was potentially a wake-up call. This is a death-knell.

At the least, can we insist that politicians wear the logos of their corporate sponsors like NASCAR drivers do?

So much for Scalia's "strict construction" of the Constitution.

Never trust a man who goes hunting with Dick Cheney and returns with his face intact.

May those five blackards who just sold us out enjoy eternity in the fetid darkness of hell.

United Republic of Corporate States.

This IS Scalia's "strict constructionalism" (also minimalism and origignalism). In the view of the conservative majority, the Constitution was originally constructed to minimally give all power to the rich and powerful and to their successors, the major corporations.

a pox on the SCOTUS 5. especially for annointing the Wdit from tx.
A POX I SAY! a fuckin POX!

This is emblematic of the sort of generalized corruption which marks the declining years of empires.

The United States, thanks to a rapacious business community and their enablers, the Repugs, and a feckless opposition, is toast.

"Next stop, corporatist theocratic neofeudalism... allllll aboard!"

Feels kind of like when George W said "Habeus Corpus? Schmabeous corpus!"

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