Since corporations are people would buying and selling them be considered slave trading ?

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Trac
Asked at 2012-07-24 17:32:02
Since companies are buying and selling people is considered the slave trade?
Answer1KatlynAnswered at 2012-07-31 03:18:02
Legally, companies are people better than you ...
Answer2kadieAnswered at 2012-08-07 14:49:45
Romney was referring to people who work and own businesses and those socialist fool. I can not stand people like you who believe that businesses can operate at a loss to subsidize the general public . Evil corporations have a responsibility to be profitable for dividends may be paid to holders of securities owners typically 401K less than $ 80,000 in retirement savings .

Now if you want to talk about giving the true owners of companies (the owners of stocks and bonds ) increased participation in executive compensation then you have an argument against them . That is something that all parties agree to take, but the wealth away and destruction of companies with excessive taxation is a murderer of jobs. No CEO is worth 3 to 16 % of income through salary , bonuses, pensions, golden parachutes , and other compensation. Wages must be approved by shareholders in the vote and not a board seeking to cut the cake for them too.
Answer3BaBaAnswered at 2012-08-10 09:55:02
All this indicates that the question is that some people are idiots.
Answer4GuadalupeAnswered at 2012-09-15 12:22:03
I think it's the slave trade , but not because " corporations are people." I lol'd to your question , though.
Answer5hulaAnswered at 2012-09-18 08:38:03
If the remuneration paid off - corporate slavery can be quite an attractive proposition
Answer6MarieAnswered at 2012-10-12 22:18:31
If a company operates a prison , and prisoners are de facto slaves , seems like the buying and selling of shares of that corporation would be the slave trade .
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