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And if any politician gets in their way, Ordering amoxicillin without prescription, they’ll be no need for anything so crude as putting a horse’s head in their beds to bring them into line. The threat of spending a few million bucks -- a drop in the corporate bucket -- against them in the next election will more than suffice.  

And yet, even as I stare at the rubble of what was once our democracy, strangely, the people I find myself angriest at aren’t the corporate barons themselves, Michigan MI Mich. , or even the five judicial fanatics who have done so much to empower them. Instead, I find that my fiercest rage is directed against those so-called civil libertarians who have become the useful idiots of this coup, Amoxicillin pills, providing intellectual cover for the destruction of what is best about our system of government.

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Unless some way can be found to change it, this decision, far from protecting free speech, Order amoxicillin pills, will eventually destroy meaningful personal liberty, including freedom of expression, in this country. Perhaps these self-appointed “civil liberties” purists haven’t read the relevant history, but if they had they’d have discovered that civil liberties tend not to do very well in times of plutocracy, Florida FL Fla. . Hardly surprising. Why would our corporate overlords want to put up with all the fuss? 

And as for the assertions that we can fix the problem with fundamental changes of other kinds, like publically financed elections, Amoxicillin pedido en línea,  this is pure fiction. Sure we need those things, order amoxicillin no prescription. We also need invisible fairies who fly around and grant our every wish, but we aren’t going to get that either. If we couldn’t accomplish such change before we completely handed the keys of our government over to the superrich, why would anyone think that we could do so now, Mississippi MS Miss. .

As a lawyer, I deal with folks like this all the time: people who aren’t nearly as smart as they think they are, who dig so deep into an intellectual conundrum that by the time they come up for air they can’t tell the difference between a hand full of diamonds and a fist full of manure. They make fools of themselves, while all the while toasting to their own brilliance. Order amoxicillin no prescription, Unfortunately, this time it is American democracy that will end up holding the manure.

The ACLU signed on in favor of corporate America in this case, by the way. They even submitted an amicus brief in support of the plaintiff’s position. As it happens, I got my ACLU membership renewal papers in the mail the very same day Citizens United came down. I haven’t sent them an outraged letter resigning from the organization (they like that too much; it makes them feel noble). But I’d suggest they not count on my membership fee next year.

I don’t give money to useful idiots.

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  1. Simon Jester Says:

    If you think about the struggle by corporate interests to control the US government as a game of chess that began with the comment inserted into the preamble to the Santa Clara decision after the Civil War that declared corporations to be people, the Supreme Court’s decision cinches the game, for it ensures a win for the corporations and precludes the possibility of any countermove by the citizenry save dismantling the system itself. No legislative act, presidential order or judicial decision can override the ability of corporations to purchase a solution.

    Unbridled corporate control over the workings of government also means that the military of this nation will be directed to achieve the objectives of those corporations beyond our borders as well. And unless the individual members of the armed forces refuse to obey the orders dictated to the generals by the government’s corporate overlords, those objectives will be achieved, leaving no place on Earth beyond the reach of the global kleptocracy’s sociopath corporations.

    With this decision, the government of the US has become an enemy of the people. We may have thought that Bush the Lesser was our worst nightmare, but he was simply a pawn, as we should have known by his Skull and Bones nickname, ‘temporary’. He was needed to clear the way for what just happened. His Directives eliminated Habeas Corpus, and eliminated enough of the Bill of Rights through NSPD 51 and other travesties to prepare the way for this, the capstone of the coup d’etat.

    The game is over. Check-mate. There are no more moves left to the other player, the flesh-and-blood citizens of this country, if we meekly accept the rules in this fixed game. So I ask everyone here, what other moves might there be?

  2. Larkrise Says:

    I am totally dismayed by this Supreme Court decision. It puts the finishing touches to an already badly deteriorating Democratic Republic and leaves us with a Corporate Oligarchy. The Roberts Court will join the Rehnquist Court in infamy. These men are corrupt, destructive and immoral. They understand absolutley NOTHING about the founding of this country or its true meaning for the masses. They are pathetic posseurs, pretending to have knowledge which they quite obviously do not have. All they have is self-serving, right-wing ideology. The idiots in Massachusetts, who voted for that ideology, thinking it would save their sorry tushes, will now get to see its poisonous blossoms unfold under their noses. If my son moves to France, I am going with him.

  3. Simon Jester Says:

    This is from The Pen, Steve:

    By any fair legal definition, the decision yesterday by The Supreme Court 5 constitutes nothing less than an act of TREASON against the people of the United States. Having read and analyzed the entire 183 page decision and all of its concurring and dissenting opinions ourselves, we are fully prepared to support this accusatory conclusion.

    Having so grossly abused its jurisdiction by presuming to decide a question expressly WAIVED by the petitioner in the Court below (p 12), this rogue Supreme Court ruled for the FIRST time that NO corporation can be constrained from unlimited influence over our elections. And even assuming that the Court intended the decision to only apply to American corporations, the Court expressly DECLINED (pp 46-47) to reach the question of whether foreign ownership stakes in American corporations should likewise be given carte blanche to put their thumbs on the scales of our democracy.

    Thus, until Congress FURTHER acts (and it must, though it could not have escaped the attention of The Supreme Court 5 that the current Republican minority has vowed to obstruct ANYTHING of consequence that Congress might try to pass), there is now nothing to constrain foreign nationals, even our most sworn enemies, from usurping what even the most die hard Tea Bagger takes as an article of faith, that the rights of citizenship of this country are ONLY for Americans. This must be construed, within the four corners of our Constitution, as deliberately and knowingly exposing the United States of America to harm in the interim, by giving “aid and comfort” to our enemies (Constitution Article 3, section 3), should our enemies now wish to take advantage of this unprecedented and rash decision. In simple constitutional terms . . . treason!!

    The fact is that we now live in a world of giant transnational corporations, with allegiance to NO sovereign government, let alone our own, sworn only to exploit the most vulnerable and desperate workers they can find in any country of the world. How does The Supreme Court 5 propose parsing which of these extra-national legal artificialities should be allowed to corrupt our democratic election process? Apparently in their minds, all of them.

  4. concerned Says:

    First, thanks to Steve & Simon for sharing their thoughts. If only you were not such an obvious minority in the corporate scheme of things. Sigh…

    I cannot say I was surprised (or even taken) aback by this decision. Like Simon, I’ve been waiting for it ever since SCOTUS ruled against the sovereignty of the states and selected a ‘president’ for Us. We’ve all been talking until we were blue in the face (no pun intended), and to what avail? Very few wanted to listen, and most of them called us names and shrunk back in horror when they heard our ideas about what was happening under our very noses.

    And now, here we are. Sold out to the highest bidder by those sworn to uphold the Constitution. Simon is correct about SCOTUS taking away the duties of Congress to somehow ‘change’ their opinion with new rules or ‘laws’ – those types of options are gone to us, taken away by those sworn to protect us. So here’s my idea (w/a hat tip to ecds!):

    I call for a National Strike. For a period to last as long as necessary, after some period-of-time to ready ourselves, WE the PEOPLE go on Strike. (Maybe say we start it on Easter Sunday to rise from the ashes & start our campaign to retake control of our government – call it a little good christian payback for all I care…)

    On Strike From Everything! We don’t work, we don’t shop, we don’t pay our bills, we don’t do anything except what We feel like at any given time – say help feed the homeless.

    We are already almost starving; 8% of us already are, 10% of us are now unemployed (greater in many places and greater still if you count all that have fallen off the count). We are already subsisting on food stamps and bad credit, we already have credit cards worth 79% interest to the corporate interests, a quarter of us have been thrown out of our homes by the banks, & we’ve already lost all or most of our pensions – really, what’s a little more hardship? There must surely beblots more coming our way in light of this decision.

    I’m not saying that we riot, or protest, or anything else of a covert nature or over nature. We just quietly and permanently go on strike until we squeeze the corporate breath out of our newest ‘individuals ‘ , and have once again regained our country.

    If you believe we need more time to stockpile our necessities and get our cash in liquid form, how about starting our National Strike on July 4th? I think our Founding Fathers would be pleased.

  5. alwayshope Says:

    Really good comments everyone. I’m still here but the stab in the back of Ted Kennedy has broken my heart and the SC ruling has left me speechless.

  6. Simon Jester Says:

    “Speechless” is exactly how the SC5 wanted to leave you, AlwaysHope, both figuratively and literally. In fact, the feeling you have is probably the mental and emotional state the corporate sociopaths directing the military arm of their global kleptocracy had in mind with their so-called ’shock and awe’ campaigns. Heart is symbolically synonymous with courage, so the loss of the Lion of the Senate, and the immanent demise of his life-long dream of health care — not health insurance — for everyone, has also sapped your courage.

    ‘Wye Knott’ and I recently reread the book that both of our nicknames here came from, Robert Heinlein’s ‘The Moon is a Harsh Mistress’. If you’re not familiar with it, the book is about the outcasts living on the moon and oppressed by the corporate-sponsored prison-style government that has been sucking them dry of resources. Grain is grown in the tunnels of the moon, and shipped to earth with a catapult, and the lunies had to buy other goods from Earth. It was a path to the collapse of the lunar colony just as surely as it was for the North American colony. A few lunies, including Wyoming Knott, started the resistance, and their leader created a pseudonym for spreading the word, Simon Jester. They discovered that their situation also afforded the means for their success, but I’ll leave you with Mr. Heinlein to learn more.

    Last night, we decided it was time for another viewing of ‘V for Vendetta’. There is something wrong with this country…

  7. Chuck Says:

    If you folks haven’t done so already, read the article by Nick Turse in Sunday’s Tom Dispatch, then read “The Mendacity of Hope” about, among other things, the Obama Imperial Precidency by Roger D. Hodge in the Feb. iassue of Harper’s magazine’s “Notebook”.

  8. Chuck Says:

    & Simon Jester, Who do you think is going to impeach these guys? The congress who are the beneficiaries? I doubt it.

  9. hizzhoner Says:

    The coup started with the decision that corporations were “persons”. It then became a foregone conclusion with the Supreme Court decsion that Money=speech. Given those two decisions there was no way this decision and subsequent coup could have turned out. Corporations need to be reigned in by congress but the Democratic majority is spineless and corrupt. They (the Democrats) deserve blame for aiding and abetting this coup.


  10. alwayshope Says:

    Simon Jester
    I’m a big sci-fi fan and love Heinlein. I wasn’t familiar with V for Vendetta so I just read the wiki description of the plot and characters from the comic books. There is something wrong with this country but the choice between Fascism and Anarchy is a pretty crappy choice. Steve wrote a comment a couple of weeks ago, “Why aren’t we all in jail?” That’s how I feel. Where are sit-ins and marches? Why aren’t we laying in the middle of Wall St., stopping traffic and making the police carry us away? The right wanted to starve the government in order to kill all regulation and oversight, why don’t we starve the corporations with boycotts and smart, frugal shopping? If the righties take back control of Congress, there will be much more suffering and inequality. I’m afraid after that, peaceful protest will be met with brutal force and the ensuing violence will tear us apart. People have power. If only we could use it wisely. If only we had leaders we could respect and trust.

  11. Simon Jester Says:

    You’re right Chuck. I don’t think there’s a chance the SC5 could be impeached, but that’s the only means available within this broken system to correct what has been done. As I said, it’s end-game. And even if any given congress managed to pass limits on corporate power, they would be reversed by the congress people purchased for the purpose in the next election.

  12. Larkrise Says:

    The Democrats are, indeed, spineless and corrupt. Just look at Evan Bayh. He makes me want to hurl. His wife makes millions off of insurance companies-an obvious conflict of interest. Oh well, Bayh is just one among many. The Rethuglicans are aggressive and corrupt. Where does that leave voters who would prefer to have THEIR voices and concerns heard in the Halls of Congress and in the White House? Most of the Sheeple are afraid of a third party. I am weary of being cynical and pessimistic. It seems that politics attracts liars and opportunists. Our government is one big Con. The more they dupe the public, the happier they are, and rolling in money. Meanwhile, the jobless rate is actually around 17%.

  13. concerned Says:

    Perhaps this might be the answer to the impeachment question. It seems that Prof. Boyle of Illinois College of Law has requested the ICC issue warrants for the arrests & investigations of Bush, Cheney, Rice, Rumsfeld, Tenet & Gonzales. I’m so proud of the lawyers who have not sold Us out (yes, Steve being one of the good guys!). Enjoy this, even if it goes no where it’s nice to savor the moment!!


  14. alwayshope Says:

    The SC’s completely dishonest ruling is like the intro to a sci-fi novel.
    Corporations, as is their way, want to rule the world and greedily take anything they desire. This works largely through bribery and cover-ups, but after Watergate, they learned that they needed to control the media, own the message. They proceeded to do just that.
    Then government became the enemy, taxes a curse, starve the beast the solution, so government would become as disfunctional as they needed. Deficits were required to break the government so wars were started and tax breaks handed out on borrowed money. Now that that is almost complete, the next phase: Corporations step in and offer to build parks and schools and to protect the people, all out of the kindness of their little black hearts. Indoctrination of the fearful and misinformed, teach the children an ideology and history based on a revisionist, biblical view of the world and suppress the truth. The Supremes decide that, for our own good, the Corporate world will lead us into the Brave new world.
    Maybe BigPharma is working on making “soma” to ease the pain and enabled a smooth transition to vacant servitude and endless, mindless distraction.
    I don’t know how this sci-fi story ends but I’ll remain a savage.

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