The real problem we face is that in America 2010 have almost a ruling bureaucracy rather than a true representative republic (Congress' complete deafness on DemCare over the past few months illustrates just how happy our elected reps are to ignore us). Instead, Congress seemingly views itself as a sort of distributed monarchy: rather than serving as representatives of their constituents, they would much rather rule their servants (i.e. taxpayers) as a collective body of elite not-quite-royalty.
This is a big, big problem for us, obviously, and when We The People stand up to demand that they once again start representing us as they are constitutionally bound to do, the distributed monarchy doesn't like it. That's precisely what this SC decision does - it removes restrictions imposed by the distributed monarchy on the peasant class to complain about that distributed monarchy. Ironically, the ability to complain about the monarchy was precisely what America was founded upon!
Second, we have Gabriel Malor at AoS, describing how the Dems are likely to attack this freedom of the peasant class:
This strangely backwards view of the 1st Amendment makes perfect sense if you understand the ultimate goal of the Left: control. They want -- check that, they believe they are entitled to -- control of pretty much everything, including you. They're smarter than you, they're more educated than you, they're more cultured than you, they're richer than you, and they know better than you what's good for you. Thus, in their minds, it is only right and natural that they should dictate where you live (or don't live), what you eat (or don't eat), what you drive (or don't drive), the temperature in your house, what kind of TV you buy (or don't buy), who you support (or don't support), and so on, even to the extent of what you think about things (political correctness). Everything they do is intended to solidify control over you, for the benefit of those who are far more qualified to govern you, mainly themselves. And they do it all in 'your best interest', of course.
If you get that, then this gross offense and outrage being spewed by the Left at something so basic and just as restoring the right to free speech makes perfect sense. Free speech is, by definition, uncontrolled. You can say what you want, about whom you want, and they can't stop you. That's the intent and purpose of the 1st Amendment, and that's why this decision is so critically important. The Left's outrage at -- and willingness to spin the meaning of -- this decision gives us a crystal clear picture of who they are and what they value.
There's my two cents.