The Supreme Court on Tuesday let stand a decision dismissing a lawsuit filed by two people who were ejected from a speech by President George W. Bush in 2005. They had arrived in a car bearing a bumper sticker that said “No More Blood for Oil,” and they claimed that their First Amendment rights were violated when they were marched out of the event.Free speech is only for corporations now.
Tuesday, October 12, 2010
Supreme Court Rules for Bush Again
The Bush Five still have their lips planted firmly on Bush's flight-suit bulge.