-Heh Heh- Corporate saw what happened to the Tea Party during their comeuppance. Why would they risk spoiling their record by standing up a political
party? As you said, they already run the country.
Referring to the already extent influence of Corporations on America may have confused some.
I'm suggesting an entirely political group invent their very own Political Corporation.
Since Corporations have status as legal persons, then, Corporations, or, in this case, a Corporation invented specifically for political
representation, could run for any specific office as a legal individual, even though it's comprised of any number of participants.
Call it "USA INC", and it could be made up of regular mom and pop types of folks, or sign waving activist types, a mixture, one or two or even three
people from every state, whatever, and whether it's 10 people, 100, or even 1000, that number would be legally recognized as ONE PERSON, and as a
legal person corporation should then be able to run for office.
As a new party, and running for a political seat, it'd require a running mate, and could then have Another invented corporation called, say, maybe
"ViceUsa Inc" for the Vice-whatever seat.
In such a vein, you could have any number of people all acting as President, whether that's 10 people, 100 people, or one person per every seat in in
Congress to stand behind every seat in Congress and kick it sharply.
It'd be a distributed "Individual", and if anyone didn't like it, especially the corporations, well, it's the corporations own rules that are being
used, and could very well be used against them.
If 100 people make up the body of the presidency as one single distributed legal individual, then, it makes it much harder to assassinate, threaten,
bribe, or sway by outside influence. The more people there are that make up a legal corporate single personhood, the the more that "single"
distributed "person" can get done, and the harder it is for outside interests to leverage interest over.
Certainly, however many people make up any body that wants to represent itself as a legal person will need act in concert as an individual, but,
that's all mechanics and logistics.
Whatever the case, I suggest and propose such a distributed personhood made up of many people, would work as a better system than we have now.
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