2 dems who've read the constitution

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    "Is there still anyone out there, even before this decision, who think the corporations don't have ENOUGH influence on the democratic process...??"

    Unions and trial lawyers have far more influence than corporations.

     The difference is, conservatives are not trying to pass legislation making it illegal for unions and trial lawyers to exercise their First Amendment rights...
    Typical liberal idea...don't fight on the merits, legislate and muzzle the opposition.
     
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    CFR and this ruling are all BS. Money flows like water except it cannot be dammed up. It will find a way to get through. CFR just enabled the creation of 527's. To amend the constitution to disallow this ruling would just create another route for money to flow into and influence politics.

    Just get used to it.
     
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    First, what happened to them before welfare and Roe vs Wade.

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    Back alley and coat hanger abortions.
     
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    Yea, and we once had speak easys and cigarettes were cool.
     
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    (There was no such provision to provide federal monies for abortions in "obamacare" - whatever that term means to you.  Your bias is showing.  IMO, if the fed provides money to kill innocent foreigners under the lie of "keeping us safe", then why not for killing "innocent" american embryos....?)

    Right, because "conservative judicial activism" is so much better than "liberal judicial activism" that they couldn't possibly make such a mistake.

    I don't see many people calling for an end to the "right to privacy", except those with an abortion-tinged axe to grind, so the issue is with abortions, specifically, not judges, generally.  Traditionalists of all stripes use this "ploy", ignoring the fact that our society continues to advance and that life is a continuous process that began about a billion years ago - not at conception.

    And "freedom" is just an excuse for not getting exactly what you want, when you want it. 
     
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    Just get used to it.

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    Skater,  I'm amazed that anyone would say that seriously.  Is anyone saying that it's a good idea to release our individuality to 'corporate' government? 
     
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