McCain: Supreme Court Campaign Finance Decisions Were “the Worst Since Dred Scott”

Posted by on Apr 23, 2014 at 6:10 pm

Can someone please let this clown know his time has passed?  Dred Scott? You cannot be serious. We expect this nonsense from the left; it’s all they’ve got. But you would think someone with an (R) after his name might have the slightest grasp on reality.

Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) on Wednesday said he predicts “a major scandal” will happen as a result of the Supreme Court’s recent decisions to relax campaign finance laws.

At Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum, an alumnus asked the senator how presidential campaigns could be changed so that they target not only swing states. McCain said the key to fixing elections is campaign finance reform.

He said the two recent Supreme Court rulings on the issue — one released earlier this month and one from 2010 — were “the worst since Dred Scott.” The high court ruled in that 1857 decision that African-Americans, whether they were slaves or free, were not U.S. citizens.

“We’re at the height of corruption thanks to the United States Supreme Court,” said McCain, adding that their rulings on campaign finance rules are a “disgrace.”

“I predict there will be a major scandal because there is too much money washing around,” he said, adding that people don’t know where it comes from.

He just can’t accept the fact legislation with his name on it was deemed unconstitutional. Deal with it.

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One Response to “McCain: Supreme Court Campaign Finance Decisions Were “the Worst Since Dred Scott””

  1. VoteOutIncumbents on 24/24/14 at 10:13 am

    McCain and Romney are both ideological Democrats. And you know what? If the GOP nominates Jeb Bush I’m not going along for the ride next time. I think millions of normal Republican voters will sit it out.