One response to “What We Own; or, the Challenge of Discipline

  • kingmidget

    I read somewhere that there are only 600 individuals who gave the maximum under the rules that McCutcheon has jettisoned. 600. That is who this decision has an effect on. There was a time when the Supreme Court was interested in protecting the common person. You’ve described well what this Supreme Court is about. It’s disgusting.

    I’ve blogged about wanting to become apolitical. I see a system that is so monumentally dysfunctional, I see no hope for improvement. There needs to be a revolution. Not a Revolution with a capital R, but a small r revolution, where people begin to care about this and say “no more.”

    There is one and only one reason I will maintain my interest in the 2016 Presidential election. The number of Supreme Court Justices who are likely to retire during the next President’s term is staggering. The next President will have the ability to completely remake the current Court — as long as it’s a Democrat.

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