Thursday, May 15, 2008

Taking The Public's Place

I've written for years about how our nation's founders must be spinning in their graves knowing how we came to treat corporations as people and gave them the rights of citizens. It's growing increasingly clear the corporations are not content with gaining citizenship status the founders never intended them to have. Now they want to take the place of actual citizens. Literally.

Watch this. . . .

Sort of puts the last state Supreme Court race – in which four corporate-funded interest groups spent more than $4 million and did 90% of the TV advertising in the race – in a new and even more disturbing light, doesn't it?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Wasn't the incumbent who was defeated appointed and not elected. In fact didn't that same judge lose the last election they were involved in by a wide margin?

And you tout yourselves as impartial.