the money quote: Read it all here: CNSNews.com - Kagan Argued for Government 'Redistribution of Speech' Now people, this all sounds reasonable (which liberalism on the surface always does) until you parse the real intent of this gobblydegook. What it really means is, the government can infringe speech as long as it has "good intentions." Now that is the heart of liberalism. She is saying don't examine the EFFECT a court decision may have, examine THE INTENTIONS. THAT'S LIBERALISM. You are NEVER supposed to examine any liberal policy or law, only the "good intentions." That is exactly what Kagan is saying in her doublespeak and that is exactly what she means. But who gets to decide what are GOOD INTENTIONS? Why liberals like Kagan, of course. It doesn't matter what effect it has on YOU and ME. All that matters is how liberals RATIONALIZE their "good intentions." So, typically liberal.