Impeach The Supreme Court, Betrayal Of The Constitution And Citizens
Corporate lobbyists now have the green light to spend, spend, spend when it comes to laws passed in their favor. This is a perfect example of what money can buy, judges! What Citizen of this country can compete with a ruling which allows special corporate interests to spend unlimited funds to get their way? It would be nice if those in Congress had the balls to *just say no* but we’ve never seen it happen, nor are we ever likely to now. This 5-4 decision is another blow to our beleaguered Constitution and the united States as a whole. Nor am I in the least surprised after what I have seen so far. Greed and corruption has become synonymous with those who are supposed to protect the Citizens of this country. Of course, it might help if we stopped talking democracy and realized we have a REPUBLIC first and foremost. Think of the Pledge of Allegiance. It sure doesn’t say “And to the Democracy for which it stands…”
Call me suspicious, and I’m sure I’m not the only one, but doesn’t it seem a bit convenient that this decision should come up now, just before the 2010 elections??? No? Boy have I got some ocean-front property for you here in Phoenix! The ramifications of this decision by those we need to impeach just ripples outward. Net neutrality, corporate gains, enslavement of the Citizens of this once great nation, etc. Go ahead, pick a topic and then consider whether or not this decision can affect it. It is good to see that I’m not the only one concened with, and outraged by, this decision.
Published: January 21, 2010
The ruling in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission radically reverses well-established law and erodes a wall that has stood for a century between corporations and electoral politics. (The ruling also frees up labor unions to spend, though they have far less money at their disposal.)
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In 1907, as corporations reached new heights of wealth and power, Congress made its views of the relationship between corporations and campaigning clear: It banned them from contributing to candidates. At mid century, it enacted the broader ban on spending that was repeatedly reaffirmed over the decades until it was struck down on Thursday.
I suggest everyone read this document as it is enlightening. The parallels that the justices raise, Tokyo Rose, etc. are astonishing to say the least. Outrageous is more likely though. And to think we always believed that the supreme law of the land upheld the Constitution. Just another straw to break the camel’s back, (or in this case these united States). Those who voted for this decision should be immediately impeached. No more questions asked, no more judgments allowed, the case of corruption in the Judicial system is made perfectly clear! You can read about these people, their backgrounds, who nominated them, etc. Here:
Where does it end? Anti-trust laws have been gutted, net neutrality is in peril, our news media doesn’t report news anymore only using sound bites that have been approved by those who are paid off by special interest groups, (corporations), our food isn’t safe, we are herded like cattle into gated communities that don’t make me feel safe, only caged, and all of this is corporation owned. People are being usurped by corporations, our rights given us by our Creator assigned to non-persons, corporations. Is there no one in that corrupt D.C. world that stands for human beings anymore? Have they all gone mad? It sure appears so to me.
Our rights, I say again, came from GOD, our CREATOR, not by the supreme court, not by congress, and certainly NOT by corporations or even the Constitution! Our Creator doesn’t recognize something that makes money as being real, so how can they be given the same rights as those belonging to human beings? Impeach the Supreme Court NOW!
A Supreme Act Of Judicial Treason Against The People Of The United States, And What We Can And Must Do About It
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.
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There is no more time to allow anymore corruption, greed, avarice, graft, corporate money, or campaign contributions to run this country. We the People are paying the price of being lax, asleep and content sheeple! It is time to take back our government and make it our servant once again. The current administration is an abomination to this once great nation. We the People are the only ones who can bring it back on track. Those in Washington D.C. are apparently too far gone in greed and corruption to be able to pull themselves back from the brink of our destruction.
By ADAM LIPTAKPublished: January 21, 2010
President Obama called it “a major victory for big oil, Wall Street banks, health insurance companies and the other powerful interests that marshal their power every day in Washington to drown out the voices of everyday Americans.”
The justices in the majority brushed aside warnings about what might follow from their ruling in favor of a formal but fervent embrace of a broad interpretation of free speech rights.
Let us be very clear about what the Constitution does and does NOT do. First, the Constitution stipulates that our rights came from our Creator, not a document. The Constitution DOES protect those rights, but it never has and never will. grant them. The First Amendment simply guards against anyone, Congress or the Courts, from usurping the rights to freedom of speech or freedom of religion.
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.
We cannot afford to sit by idly while these types of decisions are made. We MUST make Congress and the Courts understand that we know, and are aware of, our rights and where they come from. But most of all, that we will no longer tollerate the abuses, neglect, and corporate dollars that buy our government and those supposed to represent us. Go to the links above and make your voice heard!
As a Citizen of this once-great nation you have a duty to uphold our founding documents even if those in power refuse to. These traitors must be removed with all haste. And they will fight us. They are so steeped in corruption they can no longer see clearly, react honorably, nor understand the meaning of our founding Constitution. These are soulless beings, not even human by most standards. Let the 2010 elections speak loudly and decisively to those who would accept payoffs instead of honor, greed instead of gumption, and slay the betrayers of our country and our Constitution, through our elections! Let the message ring loudly across this land; “We will NOT submit to tyranny or corruption by those we elect!”
While we may not have the dollars to spend that those corporations have, we have our vote. While we cannot make sure in the polling places that our vote will count, we can make sure it is recorded through secondary means and FORCE them to acknowlege our votes. We can take our government back and make it serve us once again.