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    Justices strike down political donor limits

    They get it the moment the Corporation is named as a defendant in a lawsuit.
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    Justices strike down political donor limits

    I agree because a corporation has the same rights to free speech as a person. They have to be treated the same if they can hauled into court for making false claims. They don't haul in the marketing director to personally answer for questionable advertisements do they?
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    Justices strike down political donor limits

    The point is they are not just 'property' which is what I responded to. You cannot sue property.
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    Justices strike down political donor limits

    Apparently the courts have decided they do have rights. If they have the right to be penalized by the law they have to have the same rights as a person does to defend themselves.
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    Justices strike down political donor limits

    Then if you can sue it, it has to have the same rights as a person, correct?
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    Justices strike down political donor limits

    So how come they can be sued if they are just 'property'? Can you sue a chair or a swing set or any other piece of property?
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    Justices strike down political donor limits

    I don't agree with that. Though it does have some advantages it still think a candidate should be allowed to raise their own money. I think limits on what can be spent by a candidate on an election are fine (this could limit how much fund raising was needed) and I think that a candidate should...
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    Justices strike down political donor limits

    Ad's do inform of positions. It is stupid to not allow candidate to use what is available in order to get them out.
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    Justices strike down political donor limits

    You mean stating a fact makes you a hack? There have not been 50 votes to repeal Obamacare.
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    Justices strike down political donor limits

    I think running Charles Manson against Reid and Manson winning would be a win. No one is worse them Dirty Harry! Please try not talk to much of 50 repeals. People will think you are just a partisan hack for repeating un-truths since it has not been done.
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    Justices strike down political donor limits

    Actually there have been a number of proposals. Ask Harry Reid for copies, I think he has them stuffed in his back pocket.
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    Justices strike down political donor limits

    Yes because who would want to lose a limited choice of doctors or higher deductibles!
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    The tolerance and all inclusiveness of the left shines brightly

    There is always someone who claims to know what someone else thinks and who are happy to tell you they are right and you are wrong about it.
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    Justices strike down political donor limits

    And you can also speak with money, which is why it is considered protect speech. Do you disagree with poor people pooling their money to support a candidate or are you suggesting only those able to self finance a campaign be allowed to run for office?
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    Justices strike down political donor limits

    Ok. So you want to let the media own the legislators because they can offer free ads to whoever they choose to run the country?
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    Justices strike down political donor limits

    Really? So without money you can run an ad?
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    Justices strike down political donor limits

    So an ad for Ford by Ford is not Ford speaking about it's product?
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    Justices strike down political donor limits

    Why is everyone up in arms about this? All this ruling does is change the number of candidates you can contribute too. Right now if you wanted to contribute $200 to every Congressional race in the country it is illegal as you exceed the maximum amount that can be donated to candidates. Now you...
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    Political Cartoon Thread VI [W:954, 2905]

    Re: Political Cartoon Thread VI [W:954] :mrgreen:
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    Individual mandate? What individual mandate?

    The argument in court was the individual mandate was indispensable to the healthcare bill. Can the attorney who made that argument be charged with perjury?
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