Yes! I'll believe that corporations are people when one gets the death penalty.
97%
No! It's just fine that corporations get all the benefits of personhood & none of the consequences.
3%

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2950-10K 3 years 32 weeks ago

Death penalty.......let's start with Halliburton, "this person" not only committed murder but also tried to cover up the evidence.

gary heyder 3 years 32 weeks ago

mitt career as killing companies and selling off there assets ; then sending work overseas should be great debate material for the presidency

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