PepsiCo, the world’s second largest beverage company, ended its sponsorship of ALEC, the controversial right-wing group of the one percent that lobbies for voter suppression efforts. Their goal is to limit the ability of the 99 percent to vote, at least as much as possible. Pepsi’s move may also have had a role in compelling Coca-Cola to drop its support for ALEC.
Archive for April 5th, 2012
Posted in corruption, culture, Economics, income redistribution, mortgage fraud, Occupy, Recessions, tagged ALEC, Coca Cola, Pepsi on Jam4000000amThu, 05 Apr 2012 09:22:09 +000012 10, 2010 | Leave a Comment »
The corporate wing of the Supreme Court has once again ruled against the US constitution. The court ruled a few days ago that law enforcement can strip search anybody at any time. This is part of their apparent scheme to make the constitution not relevant to people, which means it’s part of the one percent’s scam to disenfranchise the 99 percent as much as possible so as to control us better when enough of us realize their scam is to turn the US into a third world country. The Fourth Amendment reads like this:
“The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.”
Apparently, the Koch Brothers Wing of the Supreme Court decided the founding fathers were wrong about people being “secure in their persons.” Alito, Thomas, Roberts and Scalia have decided to be activist judges. The court decided this part of the Fourth Amendment doesn’t apply to people, but it should be pointed out that these “rebels against the constitution” have ruled this phrase still applies to corporations, which are tools of the rich.