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Supreme Court speaks

I could not agree more!  I said when McCain/Feingold passed that it was blatantly unconstitutional and I couldn’t believe that people were actually defending it.  I patently reject that Congress has any right to deny me exercising my political speech and today the Supreme Court agreed.  If Congress wants to limit scandal and influence peddling in Congress, then they need look no further than themselves.  They are the principal cause for influence peddling.  After all if you didn’t have Congressmen who took bribes and sold access — err, I mean entertained lobbyists, then there would be no need what so ever for campaign finance reform.

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