Now of course, this is interesting for starters because the Constitution says nothing whatsoever about the rights of corporations vs. those of workers, but rather provides that Congress can do things to ensure uniform rules for bankruptcy and interstate commerce. So Franken is for starters positing a role for the Supreme Court nowhere suggested in the Constitution. If he doesn't like federal law regarding corporations and trade unions, he has only himself to blame, really. He's also stating very clearly that he is all for judicial activism as long as his side is calling the shots in how the Constitution will be twisted.
But more importantly, notice as well that he's more or less trying to set the entrepreneurial class--the corporations or bourgeoisie if you will--against the working class or proletariat. In other words, Franken is for all practical purposes a Communist, something that he's been hinting at ever since he was the