Now that there is no spending limits we regular folks might as well just say goodbye to all hope of getting money out of politics.

This is a good sign of things to come though.

Obama hasn't done ANYTHING worthwhile. The AFA is a super expensive healthcare system for the middle class and a boon to the insurance, medical and durg industries.

I think the rich like us whining about "little" things like food stamps and unemployment benefits and heathcare and social security and all the other issue the liberal agenda brings to the table, because all they have to do is laugh at us and say "YOU PAY FOR THEM!" "THE GOVERNMENT IS BROKE!". Of course we all know why it is broke. The money got funneled into the rpivate accounts of the rich and there is no going back.

Goodbye Democracy... long live the Oligarchy!

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nora 1 year 45 weeks ago
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Fascists on the Supreme Court mock the poor and average Americans with this atrocious campaign contribution ruling.

What a mockery of the financial realities of 99%!

What a fascistic facilitation to the election system ownership and bribery intentions of the Ultra-obscene Rich 1%!

The five Supreme Court Justices/Fascists have succeeded in increasing the inequities between the 99% and the 1% when it comes to participating in this already CORRUPT pay-as-you-go election campaign system!

More proof the Republic died when the Supreme Court Justices/Fascists allowed George W. Bush to take the Presidency.

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