Corporate reform is among the Top 6 reforms our workshop participants and online voters believe would make the biggest difference in restoring their trust and confidence in our American political process.
Polls also indicate most Americans believe corporations have too much power and should not be entitled to the same constitutional rights as human beings. What do you think?
Our nation is also based on personal liberty—which includes being responsible for one’s actions—and yet a corporation’s primary purpose today is simply: (1) to protect its owners and managers from being responsible for injuries caused to others and (2) to obtain favorable tax advantages not available to others. Do you think this strengthens or weakens the community as a whole?
Please VOTE on the following SAMPLE proposed amendment to the constitution – and send us other similar proposals you are aware of and we’ll post them for voting.
CR1 – No artificial, non-human entity such as a corporation or trust shall be (1) considered a person or individual (2) entitled to constitutional rights (3) allowed to provide support for or against a political cause or candidate, or (4) allowed to protect any human being from liability incurred as a result of injuring another.
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