Here's the thing: I heard both sides. I hear the Supremes and the right rejoicing in free speech. I remember that not every corporation is BIG and now those who are incorporated for whatever reason have had their ability to participate in political speech fully restored. However, I hear the left's concerns for too much mo' money sloshing around our political candidates. It is already hard enough to find good people to run for political office. The money makes it harder for candidates to stay clean and influence free. In addition, the cost of political campaigning will continue to spiral upward, which restricts the number and type of candidates.
I guess my message is this: both sides reacted somewhat emotionally and I have not seen or heard really well thought out opinions from either side, but especially from the right. In addition, voters now will have to wade through even more sh*t from advertisements to make their decisions about candidates. Some may not bother, and just listen to the loudest voice. I'm happy for free speech, but consider me concerned about some of the possible unintended consequences of this decision.