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What Will You Say Next Year, in Two Years, and in Five?

David238 Wrote: Jun 29, 2012 11:00 AM
It has just been announced that the Democrats have found a way around the "Citizens United" case. The Democrats are now in the process of writing legislation to "penalize" (i.e. tax) corporations that spend money on political ads.
indyconantidim Wrote: Jun 29, 2012 11:07 AM
But it will be hard to do without any majorities.
Context Wrote: Jun 29, 2012 11:41 AM
And hard to pass inasmuch as it clearly violates the 1st amendment guarantee of free speech that Citizens United upheld.

Not a surprising move from the left, however. I wonder if they will apply said tax to union money and to union "loaned executives" who work for free for Democrats?

Over at HughHewitt.com I have ventured the opinion that perhaps --just perhaps-- originalists will eventually recognize Chief Justice Robert's decision and opinion yesterday as a bit of judicial genius that will be his Marbury v. Madison --the case that at first glance seemed a win for an executive whom the then Chief Justice opposed but which was in reality a huge win for the Court and the original design of the Constitution.

We won't have even a preliminary assessment for at least four months, and even if Mitt Romney wins the presidency, the success of this...