George Will had questions for Elena Kagan. Now a Post letter to the editor has some questions for George Will:
Are my speech rights as an individual citizen the same as the speech rights of a major corporation, which has billions of dollars to spend on speechmaking? Is it a prudent response to this question to bury our heads in the political sand and pretend that everyone’s speech rights are identical? If the Founding Fathers had been aware of the economic potential of our country, would they have created a “living” Constitution, as opposed to a dead one?