Thursday, January 21, 2010

Supreme Prostitues

Today is Thursday, 21 January 2010.

Whatever else one may say about Supreme Court Justices Roberts, Alito, Kennedy, Scalia, and Thomas, they are certainly whores who give their corporate johns great value for the money.

I refer, of course, to today’s ruling that government may not ban the corruption of corporations bribing elected officials with campaign contributions. The fantasy behind the ruling is that corporations, as fictive legal “persons”, are entitled to enjoy all the rights under the First Amendment that actual human beings enjoy.

This is patent nonsense. This ruling should, of course, be overturned by a Constitutional amendment. Good luck with that, considering the flood of corporate bribes that will now flood Congress.

As in the case of Pat Robertson, I’m tempted to reverse my hope against any reality for eternal damnation.


Anonymous quit it said...

Damn, you sure are angry at the world. Do you hear yourself? You think eternal damnation might be justifiable for some people? Human beings are small minded creatures. If we truly knew what eternal damnation was like, we would not behave as we do. Please quit this "some people deserve eternal damnation" thing. Who are you - God? No you aren't, no matter what you might think.

2:59 PM  
Blogger HH said...

Perhaps the hyperbole was a bit much...

However, the Justices have grossly and with malice aforethought violated their oaths and responsibilities to the citizens of the USA/USE by legalizing corruption.

They should be removed in disgrace, disbarred, and imprisoned for criminal conspiracy to facilitate electoral corruption.

These are smart people who know precisely how much evil they have done, and they should be held accountable.

3:53 PM  
Blogger HH said...

P.S. I'm not angry at "the world", but at those who choose wickedness.

3:54 PM  
Anonymous earthboundmisfit said...

As a friend of mine said, "We might as well rename the Capitol Building the Pepsi Dome."

And it's not just corporations, but MULTINATIONAL corporations, that will now legally be able to purchase Congress.

Yes, an amendment is needed:

5:30 PM  

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