OperaTenor wrote:Does anyone else find it ironic that Obama, in pointing up Kagan's attributes, cited her as representing the public's interest in Citizens United? You know, the one where the corporations won and the public lost?!
Apparently, she'll be a compliment to Alito, Scalia and Thomas...
You pick some strange horses sometimes OT
she signed her name to a brief in United States v. Stevens  making the disturbing argument that "[w]hether a given category of speech enjoys First Amendment protection depends upon a categorical balancing of the value of the speech against its societal costs").