wkearney99 at hotmail.com
Tue Aug 7 16:23:20 PDT 2012
Conditional on signing away free speech? You see the problem there,
right? Like it or not, and there's plenty of dislike when nonsense like
"corporate speech" comes into play. But it'd still be pretty damned
difficult to deprive someone of free speech under any condition, let
alone a pension. And, like it or not, lobbying is free speech.
Even less likely when the ones getting it are the ones voting on it.
On 8/7/2012 6:58 PM, Dr. Ernie Prabhakar wrote:
> Hi Bill,
> On Aug 7, 2012, at 3:53 PM, Bill Kearney wrote:
>> And just how would that work, constitutionally?
>> Not that I disagree with the sentiment.
>> On 8/7/2012 1:05 PM, Dr. Ernie Prabhakar wrote:
>>> We should let them have pensions, BUT have them forfeit their pension if they ever engage in any kind of lobbying...
> I have no idea, but if we can revoke pensions, we certainly ought to be able to make them conditional.
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