“Of course a corporation is a person,” chided Mitt Romney, while his audience booed and
catcalled. “A corporation is people, my friend,” he said, patronizing and clueless.
Does he think “people” is the same as “a person?” The stock market is people. Is it a
person? Our government is “of the people, by the people, and for the people,” but he wouldn’t dare call it a person or he’d get his rear kicked by his Tea Party string pullers.
A corporation is “legally” a person (as affirmed by the most political Supreme Court in
history), but a candidate who doesn’t know the difference between a legal person and “people” has lots more howlers in his future.
Romney is deemed the Republican front runner, and it would be fun for Democrats if he’s
nominated, except for those too soft-hearted to enjoy watching him self-destruct.