I'm taking significant exception to M.Romney's comment that 'Corporations are People!" as I've just seen on CSPAN. I don't recall any corporations being drafted to serve in Vietnam. I don't believe that corporations have a right to vote in any civil elections in this country including federal elections. I'm a little uncertain as to whether 'corporate people' are allowed to bear arms in this country. May I marry a corporate body, independent of its stated sexual orientation? Can corporations be deported upon being found to engaged in illegal overseas activities or defrauding the government of this country? Can a corporation be sentenced to federal or state prison for violating the laws of this country? For some reason, Mr. Romney is very confused about the nature of people and abstractions about people and should apologize to the people of this country before he is mistaken for another 'silly' Republican who is a token of the corporate citizens he serves. I suppose that its no wonder that the US now relies on a mercenary armed force (voluntary is a bit of a stretch given the costs and budget requirements, particularly for the Nato generals,etc contributing a couple thousand members combined). Over half of military support overseas is sub-contracted out to corporations able to deal with the corruption that occurs there. But that's just the military-industrial complex all grown up, despite Eisenhower's warnings so long ago. Corporations are legal fictions to allow groups of people to avoid individual responsibility for their actions. It seemed like a good idea at the time to encourage business.