An intriguing suggestion popped up at a political gathering last week. If the Supreme Court really wants corporations to be like people and be able to influence elections, the court should set some basic rules. Corporations should be at least 18 years old before they can give money to political campaigns, and be U.S. citizens in good standing (no felony convictions among their managers). Maybe they need to register for the draft?
Any other requirements come to mind?
~ Hat tip to the Eugene Weekly for this quote.
George Carlin was ahead of the times....
Check out his prediction about Social Security:
How about putting them in jail for felonies rather than just making them pay a fine, and capital punishment for killing people.
jerry critter said what i was going to say.
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