Thursday, January 21, 2010

Still Don't Think Religion is a Smokescreen?

In a 5-4 decision today, the Supreme Court struck down laws that limit corporate support of political candidates. This, in effect gives corporations the same rights as individual citizens. While we were all busy arguing about who gets to marry, where you can display the 10 commandments, George and Dick set the wheels in motion to silence the voice of the individual voter. This is why he appointed Scalia and company. It wasn't so that America could move more toward Conservative Christian values. It was so corporations could once again rule as they did before FDR. Congratulations Christian Right, you have been had.

1 comment:

Göran Koch-Swahne said...

In my school days we were given (severally) glowing accounts of American Trust Laws! Make me laugh!

And "judicial activism" is the true word for this, isn't it?