Corporations are just “people”, right?
Love them or hate them, this is all kinds of brilliant…
Hmmm…I guess this explains why there aren’t any sweaty stock brokers…
Corporations Are People. Women, Not So Much
Author’s note: Are we seriously at a point where we are going to let a company CEO, based upon his or her own religious views, to decide whether to cover basic contraception for all the many and diverse women in his or her employ? Sigh. Apparently so.
Excuse me while I go fight for democracy of, for, and by the people…by eating ice cream.
(Seriously, that’s like a double win!)
It’s worse than that. I refuse to believe corporations are people until their owners are liable for the actions of that corporation.
Your company accidentally kills someone? Oops…you and the rest of the owners are each liable for manslaughter.
Your company fraudulently evicts someone? Oops…I guess you’re going to be the one sleeping on the street (or in a jail cell) tonight.
You want to buy our government and sell out our rights to the highest bidder? You need to show that you can be responsible for your actions first…ya know, like how we require 12-year-olds to be responsible for their actions.
Otherwise, you can sit back, shut the fuck up, and take every regulation we give you while you lounge in your ivory tower built from other people’s cash and sweat, and continue hiding behind the shield of corporate immunity.
It really is that simple.
Here we see the zillionaire pop star kissing the twelfth-richest person in the United States, just a few weeks after Bloomberg ordered Police to violently evict Occupy Wall Street.
Gaga is the voice of the 1% pretending to be the voice of bullied gay kids.
She received her MBA with a focus on pop music from NYU and then followed her own “pop star business model”. Did you really expect any integrity from someone so madly driven to create empty sensation? (I’m just surprised she’s kissing his lips and not his ass…)
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