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    Re: Corporation files to run for Congress: important marketing strategy questions rem

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    If that is the main argument you present, then you are going to have to accept the Roe v. Wade decision. A majority of justices didn't agree with you on that.
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    Re: Corporation files to run for Congress: important marketing strategy questions rem

    Quote Originally Posted by Harshaw View Post
    Congress shall make no law . . .

    Look, corporations do not exist independent of people. People do not give up their rights when they form an association.

    It's really sad that you have to find a way to diminish the protections of the Bill of Rights to establish your preferred state of being.
    The whole point of a corporation is to exist independent of its owners. The owners are seperate from those who manage the company, but when it comes time to be recognized under the legal system they are offered limited liability of the corporations actions. To accept what a corporation is you have to accept that it is legally independent of the people that run it and own it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Harshaw View Post
    Austin was precedent. And it was overturned through due process. If the text of the First Amendment were similarly changed through due, prescribed process, then it would change. Nothing magic about that.
    I know how it works, but appealing to the law being the law is not an arguement when we are discussing whether the law is correct. Especially when it in not clear the law was even meant to perscribe to these situations.

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    Re: Corporation files to run for Congress: important marketing strategy questions rem

    Quote Originally Posted by drz-400 View Post
    The whole point of a corporation is to exist independent of its owners. The owners are seperate from those who manage the company, but when it comes time to be recognized under the legal system they are offered limited liability of the corporations actions. To accept what a corporation is you have to accept that it is legally independent of the people that run it and own it.
    A corporation cannot act indepedently of its owners. Everything it does is the action of people.


    I know how it works, but appealing to the law being the law is not an arguement when we are discussing whether the law is correct.
    I think when the argument is over whether or not the law was interpreted correctly, the text of the law is very much at the heart of the matter.

    "Prove the First Amendment applies to corporations -- but don't quote it!!!"



    Especially when it in not clear the law was even meant to perscribe to these situations.
    If you can find an exception for people acting as a group in the protections of the First Amendment, please quote it for me.

    Or, if you can find where the Framers of the First Amendment said they don't consider it to apply to groups but individuals only, please show that.
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