SCOTUS: Rethinking Campaign Finance

My guess is that Senators John McCain and Russ Feingold are none-too-happy withe the Highest Court's decision:
The Supreme Court on Thursday opened wide new avenues for big-moneyed interests to pour money into politics in a decision that could have a major influence on the 2010 midterm elections and President Barack Obama’s 2012 reelection campaign.

The long-awaited decision overruled a 1990 ruling by the court that allowed the government to bar corporations from spending corporate funds on ads expressly urging a candidate’s election or defeat.
Something worth keeping a watchful eye on...