SCOTUS is enough reason for me to vote for Obama

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    What, you don't want to be legally owned by a corporation? What's wrong with you? We need more conservative justices to tell us that the Constitution really does say "Corporations are people" and "money is free speech".
     
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    Advertising is free speech, and guess what. It costs money and lots of it. If people want to be heard on a national level, they have to contribute to large packs who can then buy the Expensive Air time.

    I know you guys liked it when only your side had that kind of organization and pooling of money with the Unions, but those days are dead.

    lol
     
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    I smell shill in the air. I hate the smell of shill in the morning.

    First of all, Obamacare forces you to buy corporate insurance. In short, Judge Roberts turned it into a tax just to make it half way Constitutional, which essentially lets corporate America set out tax rates. I have no second of all, that is far worse than what Romney could do to us.

    Welcome to corporate hell. Now back to work slave so you can buy corporate insurance.
     
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    Tell me about it. It's stunning to me that people who give so much phony lip service railing about corporate excess, defend a law that is the most egregious corporate giveaway in US history - essentially granting insurance companies the power of taxation. It's pretty stunning to think of historically. I suppose next the corporate/government beast will be looking to take control of the food supply.
     
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    The specter of the likes of Bork ‘advising’ a president Romney is more than enough to compel any advocate of the rule of law to vote for Obama.
     
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    Obama and the Rule of Law? Well maybe if he agrees with the Law. Obama is the most Lawless President ever. Your logic Makes no sense at all. Obama has no respect for the Constitutional Separation of Powers. None.
     
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    Just so long as it is not the GOP at the wheel, that is all that matters cause the democrats are for the work'in man!! :laugh2:

    Why do I feel like I'm on an episode of the Beverly Hillbillies?
     

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