Ben Cohen Spends Bucks to Declare ‘Money Isn’t Speech’

Ben Jerry Cohen of Ben and Jerry’s is quite sure that money isn’t speech, but surely that doesn’t include the money he wants to use to buy rubber stamps that say “Money isn’t speech.” If the money he’d use to facilitate his blatant, naked act of communication isn’t speech, he should have no problem with the government outlawing the sale of rubber stamps for the purpose of communicating controversial ideas.

One has to wonder about the potential use restrictions that might come with the purchase of posterboard, sharpies, cameras and laptops.