Ad o’ the Day™ (Supreme Court Edition)

So the New York Times has rejected this MoveOn.org ad (via Politico’s Playbook) accusing the U.S. Supreme Court of being “Corporate America’s Newest Subsidiary.”

Graphic:

The sponsors of the ad – MoveOn.org, People for the American Way, and the Alliance for Justice – told Politico, “[The Times] said we could not prove the [corporate] logos on the robe . . . had directly benefited from Supreme Court rulings.”

But wait . . .

There’s more.

Witness this Jeffrey Rosen piece in The New Republic.

Headline:

People’s Choice

All the Supreme Court picks are too pro-business. Here’s how to fix that.

Graphic:

Do we see a pattern emerging here?

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One Response to Ad o’ the Day™ (Supreme Court Edition)

  1. Curmudgeon says:

    I love that the bastion of freedom of expression is stuck deciding that they can’t allow freedom of expression.

    Poetic.

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