Stanford professor misplaces disdain for court...as we get older, we tend to
forget where we put stuff. I hope the good professor finds it again.
George Will makes another lackluster attempt at conservative apologetics.When "citizens exercise free speech through corporations" very
few of those people involved are actually consulted or represented in what the
speech will be. I must own a small part of hundreds of corporations in my 401k,
yet never, ever have they consulted me on what their "collective"
message would be as free speech. Why is that? Why are the people not consulted?
And as the conservatives will tell you, corporations don't pay
taxes or expenses, they pass them on to consumers who also have no voice in that
corporations monetary free speech. Sounds like a plantation to me
where one guy at the top does all the talking. Conservatives are
becoming more fascist every day and the rest of us know it. Fascism
should rightly be called Corporatism, as it is the merger of corporate and
government power. - Mussilini Check that off as done
After pulling out my thesaurus and re-reading the column George is once again on