Breaking News: Coors Decides To Run For President

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  1. Dante
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    The GOP led SCOTUS says Coors has the same free speech as every citizen.

    Doesn't the Coors Corporation, a corp with all the free speech rights as every citizen, have the constitutional right to exercise that free speech right to it's full extent?

    Doen't Coors as a Corporate entity meet all the legal requirements needed to run for political office? It's old enough and natural, and native born.
     
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    I know you are trying to be fecitious.. but this is plain stupid.
     
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    Coors vs 0bama.....

    Coors makes a superior product and sells it for a rational price.
    Coors is less a tool of corporate and union special interests...

    Easy.
    Coors makes you feel good, till you wake up in the morning....... Well, there it is a wash.
    Coors is in almost every country except Cuba and Nkorea and Iran. Coors has lots more Foreign policy experience

    Hey, I think the choice is obvious.
     
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    Ugh, Coors beer is GROSS!
     
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    hmm it is a thought. And Coors is a native US born individual too.
     
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    Hey, maybe they'll let us marry corporations too!!! Wouldn't that be fun?!? Married to a cold, uncaring gold-digger to the nth degree? Awesomeness.
     
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    already been there.
     
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    Ah! You have X issues too. I wouldn't compare mine to a corp. I would compare mine to the DMV... Always making you wait, never satisfied, and made you jump through so many hoops to get what you wanted.
     
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    I think my ex just divorced #4. I was number 2 for her.

    Ahh but to be young and stupid again...
     
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    Not really. I am only trying to follow the logical applications of a GOP led SCOTUS ruling, that conservatives say extends/grants the equal protection and equal speech rights enumerated in the US Constitution, to corporate entities.

    Conservatives argue that non citizens and non combatant enimies are not covered by the US Constitution...so, I assume conservatives argue that corporations are equal to citizens, since corps are entitled to the same rights as citizens.

    Where am I wrong?
     

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