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Unintentionally Revealing Quote of the Day

The first line in an article from The Hill on the Citizens United case: “The Supreme Court on Tuesday heard arguments in a case that could further erode the government’s control over electioneering communications in the days leading up to elections.” 

First they came for the government’s right to ban advertisements critical of Members of Congress and I did not speak, because I was not a Member of Congress.  Then they came for  the government’s control over electioneering communications and I did not speak, because I did not work for the FEC. . . .

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