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On the topic: Former Justices Stevens & O'Connor Reject 'Citizens United' Ruling
Schmidt - I ask my kid to send me the McCain-Feingold campaign-finance law authored by JP Stevens and also what Sandra Day O'Connor has to say about it. This was a joint dissent for the both of them. I sure want to read what this is all about.
Talking about Bernie Sanders, co-incidentally, my kid said that she endeavor to meet with Mr. Sanders. I ask why, and she politely decline to say. I know this kid, she has something in her mind that is bothering her. She also said she wants to meet with Elizabeth Warren. Uhmmmm, I just have to wait and see what this is all about.
Both my kids are not coming home this election time. They already said they would take off from their jobs come September until the election is over to work on the Obama/Biden re-election. They both live in NY but they go home every week end at our Brookline (Boston) home. They said they will do what they have done the last election but not in California, it will be in MA & NY. We are OK with that. My oldest is employed by the government, she is a classified employee of one of the Cabinet Department. She don't talk much about her job because she has government clearance. She and I was talking about the Citizens United not too long ago, all she said to me was quote, "this is the most uncomprehensible decision this court has ever made and I don't go for it." Unquote, she does not aspire to be in any political scene, although I would honestly tell you that this kid is very very influential when it comes to people. She can convince the Eskimo to buy ice from her (smile) our way of saying she got an army of people behind her.
I believe that what you said about the statement on the The Saving American Democracy Amendment
"Corporations are not persons with constitutional rights equal to real people.
Corporations are subject to regulation by the people.
Corporations may not make campaign contributions or any election expenditures.
Congress and states have the power to regulate campaign finances"
were the same dissenting argument of Stevens & O'Conner on that McCain-Feingold campaign-finance law, that is why I am curious what this argument is about. If you can research further and find something about this before my kid can give me an answer, I'd appreciate you giving the Link. Many thanks.