So I drive back home, open reddit, and what do I see?
The story currently has 5,200 upvotes, and 2,744 comments.
In a landmark ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday struck down laws that banned corporations from using their own money to support or oppose candidates for public office.
Nice, let's go have some cake.
Folks, this is another example of a place where the concept of "Free Speech" is not applicable.