Sunday, January 31, 2010

Sadly,5 Corporate Ass Kissing Zealots Made It To Our Supreme Court..


It would be so "American" if citizens were treated as well as corporations, wouldn't it?


Saturday, January 30, 2010

Friday, January 29, 2010

Marc Maron - ( On your TV - Today & Tonight )

If you are on the west coast it looks like my 2006 Comedy Central Presents airs today at noon--if you are on either coast I will be on on Oliver's New York Stand Up Show tnite on CC.
Enjoy. If I'm your thing.

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Tuesday, January 26, 2010


"I hope we shall crush in its birth the aristocracy of our moneyed corporations which dare already to challenge our government to a trial by strength, and bid defiance to the laws of our country."

- Thomas Jefferson

Landmark Supreme Court ruling allows corporate political cash

By James Vicini James Vicini – Thu Jan 21

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Corporations can spend freely to support or oppose candidates for president and Congress, the Supreme Court ruled on Thursday, a landmark decision denounced by President Barack Obama for giving special interests more power.

"The Supreme Court has given a green light to a new stampede of special interest money in our politics," Obama said after the 5-4 ruling that divided the nation's high court along conservative and liberal lines.

"It is a major victory for big oil, Wall Street banks, health insurance companies and the other powerful interests that marshal their power every day in Washington to drown out the voices of everyday Americans," Obama said.

Obama said he instructed administration officials "to get to work immediately with Congress on this issue" and "talk with bipartisan congressional leaders to develop a forceful response to this decision."

The ruling, a defeat for Obama and supporters of campaign finance limits, is expected to unleash a flood of money to be spent in this year's congressional election and the 2012 presidential contest.


Meet Our New President,Tommy Chong ? ;)

Although,I might vote for this guy,if hopefully He's still alive..

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Manchurian Candidates:

Supreme Court allows China and others

unlimited spending in US elections

Thursday, January 21, 2010
By Greg Palast | Updated from the original report for AlterNet

Thursday, January 21, 2010

In today's Supreme Court decision in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, the Court ruled that corporations should be treated the same as "natural persons", i.e. humans. Well, in that case, expect the Supreme Court to next rule that Wal-Mart can run for President.

The ruling, which junks federal laws that now bar corporations from stuffing campaign coffers, will not, as progressives fear, cause an avalanche of corporate cash into politics. Sadly, that's already happened: we have been snowed under by tens of millions of dollars given through corporate PACs and "bundling" of individual contributions from corporate pay-rollers.

The Court's decision is far, far more dangerous to U.S. democracy. Think: Manchurian candidates.

I'm losing sleep over the millions — or billions — of dollars that could flood into our elections from ARAMCO, the Saudi Oil corporation's U.S. unit; or from the maker of "New Order" fashions, the Chinese People's Liberation Army. Or from Bin Laden Construction corporation. Or Bin Laden Destruction Corporation.

Right now, corporations can give loads of loot through PACs. While this money stinks (Barack Obama took none of it), anyone can go through a PAC's federal disclosure filing and see the name of every individual who put money into it. And every contributor must be a citizen of the USA.

But under today's Supreme Court ruling that corporations can support candidates without limit, there is nothing that stops, say, a Delaware-incorporated handmaiden of the Burmese junta from picking a Congressman or two with a cache of loot masked by a corporate alias.

Candidate Barack Obama was one sharp speaker, but he would not have been heard, and certainly would not have won, without the astonishing outpouring of donations from two million Americans. It was an unprecedented uprising-by-PayPal, overwhelming the old fat-cat sources of funding.

Well, kiss that small-donor revolution goodbye. Under the Court's new rules, progressive list serves won't stand a chance against the resources of new "citizens" such as CNOOC, the China National Offshore Oil Corporation. Maybe UBS (United Bank of Switzerland), which faces U.S. criminal prosecution and a billion-dollar fine for fraud, might be tempted to invest in a few Senate seats. As would XYZ Corporation, whose owners remain hidden by "street names."

George Bush's former Solicitor General Ted Olson argued the case to the court on behalf of Citizens United, a corporate front that funded an attack on Hillary Clinton during the 2008 primary. Olson's wife died on September 11, 2001 on the hijacked airliner that hit the Pentagon. Maybe it was a bit crude of me, but I contacted Olson's office to ask how much "Al Qaeda, Inc." should be allowed to donate to support the election of his local congressman.

Olson has not responded.


Karl Rove & Jeff Gannon - lovers ?

A story that is just too good,Not to keep it going..


Gawker suggests that with his wife out of the way, Rove “can finally gay marry Jeff Gannon, in Argentina.”

Gannon was the fake reporter who was mysteriously given a pass to sit in on White House press briefings
to ask right-wing softball questions for two years. He was eventually unmasked as a Republican plant — which
would have been filed away as business as usual for the Bushies, except that this plant had a second career as
a male prostitute whose nom de ho was Bulldog.


Looks like the Bush administration was all homosexual lovers all the time.
Was there no straight sex in the White House for eigth years?


Friday, January 22, 2010

Activist U.S. Supreme Court Makes It Official, We're Now 'The Corporate States of America'

Who are these Corporate
F-ing Jackasses ? !


Activist U.S. Supreme Court Makes It Official, We're Now 'The Corporate States of America'

'We the People' lose, 'You the Corporations' Win..

The Brad Blog..

"The court's ruling threatens to undermine the integrity of elected institutions across the nation," wrote Justice John Paul Stevens in his dissenting opinion on today's U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Citizens United v. the Federal Election Commission, which will overturn decades of established campaign finance law.

"Threatens to"? That could be the understatement of the century. But this is what comes of not counting election results. We can thank, among a long list of others, John Kerry for having rolled over in Ohio in 2004.


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Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Monday, January 11, 2010

Hey ! Vote For Marc ! Stand-Up Showdown 2010

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