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User Info Freedom Of Speech: How Quaint; entered at 2010-01-23 11:03:59
Posts: 20684
Registered: 2007-09-01 Saratoga Springs, New York
Scalia is losing his mind. There is a specific clause in the 1st amendment about freedom of the press. There is no specific clause about corporations in general.

If freedom of speech is so sancrosanct, why is it illegal to tell people en masse to take money out of a bank? Aaaaaaah yes, I see, the banks have the gold and the golden rule, he who has the gold, makes the rules, applies here.

Money is now considered protected speech? What, is outdoor ****ing on that list too or jerking off on the subway train? If money is free speech, then can I buy a slave or a prostitute? WTF is the logic here? They are essentially mixing up "speech" vs. "action". They are saying a bribe is protected speech.

(Listen up skeezicks, we'll finance your ad campaign since that is our "free speech" and by far the most expensive part of your campaign, you spend your goofy little donations on hookers and crank, just don't get caught ok? And remember who's in charge here. We made you and we can break you just as easy)

Last modified: 2010-01-23 11:15:46 by bozonian

2010-01-23 11:03:59