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Does anybody think the Corporations already didn't have too much say before for this new ruling?

"Corporations are people" - hell, how about if they treated PEOPLE like people first?

Asked By: future - 1/29/2010
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BOZO was factually wrong. The Court's ruling in Citizens United concerned the right of labor unions and domestic corporations, including nonprofits, to express their views about candidates in media such as books, films and TV within 60 days of an election. In short, it concerned freedom of speech; in particular, an... More
Answered By: zzsleepur - 1/29/2010
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corporations have a lot of rights...more rights than individuals, a lot more
Answered By: RockIt - 1/29/2010
 
this ruling has only made overt that which was previously covert!
Answered By: dylanfox - 1/29/2010
 
The ruling was right and won't make any difference anyway. How about a government funded group of ACORNIANS actively campaigning for Obama?
Answered By: Rev-'em-up-Ray-Gun - 1/29/2010
 
Dont understand the problem here. Corporations can back any candidate they want, dem or rep. Its an even playing field. I just wish the media would be as even, but then again, maybe thats why dems are upset since they own the state run media and now people will see the other side. THINK ABOUT IT
Answered By: Art - 1/29/2010
 
CBS, NBC, ABC, Time Magazine, New York Times... The all controlled the outcome of the last election.
Answered By: Obama the Retarded Clown - 1/29/2010
 
I don't know about you. But I'm planning on picking up one of those hot sexy corporations for the weekend. I hear they are hot. Of course I need to pick up some condoms today. I don't want to father a child.
Answered By: Albert's America - 1/29/2010
 
The part I don't understand is why normal working people are agreeing with this ruling. Why would a working person support a ruling that gives faceless corporations more power in the political system?
Answered By: Billy Blaze - 1/29/2010
 
To me you have to shut them all up. Non profits, Labor Unions, and Corporations. But if your going to allow one, you hae to allow all American Organizations. I feel it is legal, Afterall news organizations are corporations, and most all of them are biased in one or the other... More
Answered By: Michelle S - 1/29/2010
 
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