More Americans believe in witchcraft and ghosts than the Citizens United decision

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A new survey by the Brennan Center for Justice shows just how out of touch the five right-wingers on the Supreme Court are. According to the survey – 69% of Americans reject the Supreme Court’s Conservative argument that unlimited corporate spending in our elections won’t lead to corruption.

On the other hand, only 15% of Americans believe the Supreme Court ruled correctly in its Citizens United case. To put that in perspective – 34% of Americans believe in ghosts, 23% have actually seen a ghost, and 19% believe in witchcraft.

That’s right – more Americans believe in witchcraft and ghosts than believe in the Citizens United decision.

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Thom Hartmann A...
Dec. 29, 2009 10:59 am


How many Americans believe in voodoo economics?

Jul. 31, 2007 4:01 pm

I would like to see a poll on how many people actually know what the Ruling for Citizen United really says and how much thier opinions are based on the Mis-information put out by pundits.

Capital's picture
Sep. 30, 2011 3:51 pm

Oh well they'll wake up in the FEMA Camps.

All 3 Branches on the Federal level are NWO kakistocratic minions.

antikakistocrat's picture
Apr. 18, 2012 3:41 pm

I suspect that about 20-25%+ believe in voodoo economics and a lot more than that believe in crazy religious shit.

Speaking of shit...

what did one gay sperm say to the other?

how are we gunna find that egg in all this shit?

MEJ's picture
Jul. 31, 2007 4:01 pm

Trump Discredits The Election Process

President Obama is absolutely disgusted with Donald Trump's talk about a rigged election.

He made that very clear this week during a press conference at the White House - in which he called Trump's conspiracy theories about voter fraud "unprecedented".

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