Skip to comments.Rush: Senates are people
Posted on 07/16/2012 4:03:16 PM PDT by Halfmanhalfamazing
Today Rush made a rather profound observation without even realizing it:
RUSH: "Of course corporations are people. What else would they be? Buildings don't hire people." Duh. Really? Yeah, last time I interviewed with that building it didn't do me any good. I interviewed with that desk and I could not get a response whatsoever. Yeah, and then I went and I talked to the White House. And the White House put out a statement. The White House isn't people. It's just a building. If corporations aren't people, how the hell can the White House be people? How can Congress be people? It's a building, and a bunch of rotten stuff goes on in there. The Senate. That's not a bunch of people. It's a building. But I like the White House is not people.
This is the Wall Street Journal where Jack Welch is informing readers that buildings don't hire people. I wonder how many Wall Street Journal readers will go, "Wow, I never looked at it that way before." "Buildings don't hire people. Buildings don't design cars that run on electricity."
Unions are people.
Corporations are people.
Just finish the sentence:
Corporations are people who _____________________. Corporations are people who design the smallest computers. They build the tallest buildings. It's not the desk within corporate headquarters who gets all this and more done.
Unions are people who ________________. Unions are people who browbeat and shake down business owners for the benefit of leftist causes. It's not their lavish country clubs that do this.
Senates are people who _______________. Senates are people who steal your liberty, raise your taxes, and grab your guns. It's not the building that does this.
Rush is scary smart
Soylent Green is definitely people.
Senates are not people. They are vermin, but not people.
It is also organic and contains less than 2% of the following: monosodium glutamate, BHT, TBHQ, and high fructose corn syrup.
So when the Founders wrote "We the People," they meant "We the Corporations"?
You mean, "corporations are people," but "people aren't corporations"?
How does that work?
Well, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court recognizes the jurisidction of the People, and the jurisdiction of corporations, as the two SEPARATE powers of the US government.
But you knew that, right? Like Rush does.
I mean, it's not like it's important. He's just the Chief Justice, and it's only Obamacare. It's not like the difference might be important to understand. After all, isn't that what Rush is saying here - that the difference is not important? He should tell Roberts that, because the Chief Justice seems to think it's a big deal.
She could not answer that.
Every now and then you’ll find a plastic button, but just eat around it.