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March 01, 2011

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It seems the Supreme Court is playing fast and loose these days with their rulings. The Citizen's United ruling, which is a travesty, ruled that corporations and unions are persons in the case of free speech in political advertising, however, in the case of AT&T seeking personal privacy rights, they are saying "personal" is different than "person". In my mind, personal privacy means privacy of a person, or privacy belonging to a person. Where is the difference?...not that I am for corporations having any personal rights at all as a corporation. Funny I didn't hear of this ruling in the main stream media, but then Japan has been taking most of the airtime.

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