The Supreme Court’s decision on campaign finance has Democrats in a tizzy.
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The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that wealthy donors shouldn’t be limited in how many candidates they can contribute to during an election, though the justices did leave in place the maximum donation that can be made to a single candidate.buy valium without prescription
The ruling is certain to reignite a debate over the role of money in politics and it enraged Democrats, who argue that conservatives are dismantling the campaign finance system one ruling at a time.buy tramadol no prescription
But Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr., in the controlling opinion in the 5-4 ruling, said that while the government has an interest in preventing corruption of federal officeholders, individuals have political rights that include being able to give to as many candidates as they want, in order to show support.buy phentermine online no prescription
“Money in politics may at times seem repugnant to some, but so too does much of what the First Amendment vigorously protects,” the chief justice wrote. “If the First Amendment protects flag burning, funeral protests, and Nazi parades — despite the profound offense such spectacles cause — it surely protects political campaign speech despite popular opposition.” (Read More)
You can get a snapshot of the head exploding freakout by the left at Memeorandum. Harry Reid is blaming the Koch brothers, of course. And here’s socialist Bernie Sanders babbling on and on about millionaires and billionaires. Quick, call the waaaambulance!valium for sale klonopin online no prescription