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You know, if the Supreme Court has ruled that corporations are "persons" and are thus allowed to give unlimited campaign contributions via PACs; then shouldn't it also follow that corporations found guilty of crimes such as racketeering should be treated as "persons" and those corporate officials involved in the racketeering be subject to fines and/or imprisonment?
Sadly, my own state representative and state senator see nothing incongruent in their self-proclaimed "pro-life" stance while also accepting campaign contributions from Altria and ReynoldsAmerican.  Telling them they're taking money from federally adjudicated racketeers did not persuade them to return the money or donate it to a charity.
Have already pre-ordered a signed copy through ANR.  Anxiously waiting to read it.

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