Sunday, January 24, 2010

Supreme Court Gang of 5 Treason - Impeach Them

Because of the gravity of the crime against the Constitution 
committed by a gang of 5 right wing judicial outlaws on our Supreme 
Court yesterday, we are launching two critical action pages at once 

Action Page: Corporations Are NOT The People 

Action Page: Impeach The Supreme Court 5 

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 

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. 

Thus, until Congress FURTHER acts (and it must, though it could not 
have escaped the attention of The Supreme Court 5 that the current 
Republican minority has vowed to obstruct ANYTHING of consequence 
that Congress might try to pass), there is now nothing to constrain 
foreign nationals, even our most sworn enemies, from usurping what 
even the most die hard Tea Bagger takes as an article of faith, that 
the rights of citizenship of this country are ONLY for Americans. 
This must be construed, within the four corners of our Constitution, 
as deliberately and knowingly exposing the United States of America 
to harm in the interim, by giving "aid and comfort" to our enemies 
(Constitution Article 3, section 3), should our enemies now wish to 
take advantage of this unprecedented and rash decision. In simple 
constitutional terms . . . treason!! 

The fact is that we now live in a world of giant transnational 
corporations, with allegiance to NO sovereign government, let alone 
our own, sworn only to exploit the most vulnerable and desperate 
workers they can find in any country of the world. How does The 
Supreme Court 5 propose parsing which of these extra-national legal 
artificialities should be allowed to corrupt our democratic election 
process? Apparently in their minds, all of them. 

Action Page: Corporations Are NOT The People 

So what is it that we can and MUST do? The first and most prominent 
proposal we heard yesterday, and which we of course support, was to 
amend the Constitution to clarify that corporations have no such 
rights as people (which is to say U.S. citizens). While this 
certainly could not hurt, and would obviously help (assuming such an 
proposed amendment could garner 67 votes in a Senate already 
stalemated by obstructionism, let alone be ratified by 3/4 of the 
states, including many "red" ones), what we must first assert is that 
there is nothing WRONG with our Constitution, and demand that 
Congress do whatever it can to protect it. 

Action Page: Impeach The Supreme Court 5 

Because just as importantly, we are on ominous and clear notice that 
there is no further outrage these 5 gangsters in black robes are not 
gleefully and arrogantly capable of. Indeed, in his dissenting 
opinion (that the majority did not go far ENOUGH), Clarence Thomas 
characterized the decision as only a "first step" (Thomas opinion p. 
1). It is worth nothing that the authorship of the majority opinion 
is claimed by Anthony M. Kennedy, heretofore generally considered the 
LEAST wing nutty of the 5. Therefore, the immediate and unavoidably 
necessary recourse must be impeachment for all five, treason already 
being a high crime, otherwise the horrors yet to issue from their 
treacherous minds is too terrible to contemplate. 

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