Critical Mess

Hillary Clinton Ugly Dress

In an interview with CNN’s Jake Tapper this week, Hillary Clinton stated she would like to repeal the Citizens United decision, which would, in effect, make it illegal to criticize a politician in print or film.

“I really respect the important point of getting money out of politics. Remember, Citizens United was an attack on me, so I take it very personally and even before Senator Sanders got into the campaign way back in April of last year, I said we are going to reverse Citizens United and if we can’t get the Supreme Court to do what I think would be the right decision, then I will lead a constitutional amendment.”

If Citizens United is overturned, as Hillary wants, it would mean that the federal government can make it illegal to criticize Mrs. Clinton (or any other politician) in a movie, book, pamphlet, etc. (H/TAOSHQ)

Well thankfully, Hillary Clinton has never done anything which could be criticized. Yep, every single decision has been tip top.

8 thoughts on “Critical Mess

  1. It does realize that by overturning the Citizens United no one can write nasty shit about a republican. Think before you harp biatch.

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  2. In my opinion, this is more about the ability to raise money. The dems have always had the money from unions and the George Soros of the world. This leveled the playing field when it came to campaign spending by organizations (remember the IRS targeting 501 (C) 4’s). Now all of a sudden, the GOP was able to raise huge amounts just like the dems. Heaven forbid we all play by the same rules. Again, just my opinion.

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  3. Metoo – Agreed. Citizens United was good legislation because it made everyone play by the same rules. People like Obama and Clinton rallied against it. That should tell you all you need to know.

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