Since corporations are people, how long until the American people are stupid enough to elect one president?

Not offense to Americans but they essentially control the biggest empire in the world and they're not doing a great job. As public education worsens, is it inevitable that eventually corporate bigshots will no longer have to operate under the guise of democracy?

Asked By: - 10/24/2011
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That's exactly why Occupy Wall Street goes on now. America's "democracy" veneer has come off. It's pluocracy is showing.
Answered By: ? - 10/24/2011
Additional Answers (6)
Perhaps that's actually a good idea. Corporations would make much better presidents than foolish ones like Obama that continuously try to turn our country into a socialist state.
Answered By: Liberals betrayed America - 10/24/2011
Yes, corporations are people. *A* corporation is people. And a corporation is not supposed to be a democracy. Neither is the US for that matter.
Answered By: McNamara - 10/24/2011
Ever read the liberal political comic "This Modern World?" He did one about a corporation being elected President a few years ago, I think around the time of the Supreme Court deciding corporations could donate whatever they wanted with no restrictions.
Answered By: Vital Forces - 10/24/2011
I don't know if you noticed, but all of the recent presidents have been taking money from these corporations for a long time now. Who is to say we haven't already elected a corporation as president?
Answered By: Gabriel Thegreat - 10/24/2011
Why should a corporate person bother? They can just outsource the job to a human person, like they do now.
Answered By: Richard - 10/24/2011
They already did... its name is Obama
Answered By: Jim - 10/24/2011
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