Please relate your contention that amalgamations of people do not share in the rights of the people of which it is composed, and why then that the Government recognized such things as political parties at the highest levels.
Money is not speech. So we need not attach the tow in any litigation. The issue must therefore be closed, and the State can have no interest in curtailing spending for speech.
The Florida vote was counted repeatedly, and the Democrats wanted to continue until it reached the conclusion that they desired. Which is all irrelevant, since the State's Constitutional requirements were met. The Supreme Court had a duty to completely absent itself.
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When the election is over and we open our eyes, it will sadly be too late to wonder what the hell just happened.
You don't spend for speech. Restrictions on campaign finance do not stop you from saying, "Here's why I think you should vote for this guy."
And the Florida vote was NEVER fully counted. You people on the right have been lying about that for almost 13 years now. The State's constitutional requirements were NOT met, because the FEDERAL Constitution, the supreme law of the land, says that a person's right to vote shall not be infringed. It was.
If, when defending your support for Donald Trump, and your response is,
"But but but... HILLARY!!!", then you lost the argument before you even began.
Very good ! Labor Unions are indeed people. I would say that labor unions are people. Deluded people generally, but people nonetheless. Why should you think that I would say otherwise? I want labor unions to be able to spend a virtually unlimited amount of money to promote their obviously infantile message. Bear in mind that one of the pleasures of allowing groups to do so, is that the ones who fail to produce compelling messages will have wasted their money. I'd advise you to spend some time in actual thought and research to determine what Conservative actually think, with great stress on the verb, and eschew your simplistic fantasies about the opinions we hold.
You really need to study the issue of the recount. Florida law, with no flexibility whatsoever required the election to be certified by a given date. Time simply ran out on Democrat schemes to produce magical, newly "discovered" ballots.
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