06 July 2014

The New Test for Truth: Do You Have Enough Money to Repeatedly Make Your Claim?

The Supreme Court just ruled that you can't stop someone from telling lies about you or your policies during a campaign. Lies are a form of free speech.

Previously, of course, the Supreme Court ruled that money spent on campaigns is a form of free speech and cannot be limited.

So it now looks as though the truth will be a product, like any other, and the truth that wins elections will go to the highest bidder.

I'll bet nothing could go wrong with that.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

When Kerry ran against Bush 2, he was forced to spend most of his time responding to the false allegations of the "swift boaters." As a result he couldn't get his own message out, and lost an election he should have won handily.

This gives the Stamp of Approval to that tactic.