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Wednesday, April 27, 2011



Can we vote "no confidence" in the Supreme Court?


It's not the first time a biased Supreme Court has made an egregious error; The Dred Scott case comes to mind. Along with a few others. In time this shall be overturned and channeled into the history books. Along with corporations being able to spend UNLIMITED amounts of $$$ in elections under the guise of "free speech". Have they no decency at all???


"U.S. Supreme Court Deals Crushing Blow to Consumers"

I second the motion, "No Confidence in the Supreme Court... smile :-)


More bad news for consumers with the Supreme Court ruling that companies can ban class actions in the fine print of contracts.

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