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Jim McGovern's War on the Constitution

james1672 Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 4:08 PM
Corporations are not people. Ok, not in the biological sense, but no one ever said that. A corporation is a legal person and that seems to bother Mr. McGovern. I think that the fact that it bothers him should bother the voters that elected this moron. The verb "incorporate" is a Latin term and it means "to take on flesh" or "to take on a body." A corporation is "something with a body." It is a legal person and the concept has been with us throughout civilized history. Sheesh! Mr. McGovern seems to lack the basic vocabulary skills to qualify for a junior high school class office, how did he ever get into congress?
Dan107 Wrote: Apr 26, 2012 9:03 AM
He lives in Massachusetts.
McGovern Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 4:31 PM
Exactly right.

I almost took exception with you, forgetting that my username is also the name of the Congressional clown.
Reginald10 Wrote: Apr 26, 2012 3:14 PM
You could use another name.

US REPRESENTATIVE JIM MCGOVERN, a Worcester Democrat, generated some unwanted controversy two years ago when he publicly declared: "The Constitution is wrong."

The context was a discussion of campaign finance during a debate between McGovern and his Republican challenger, Marty Lamb. "A lot of the campaign-finance laws we've passed have been declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court," McGovern said. "I think the Constitution is wrong. I don't think money … equals free speech. I don't think corporations should have the same equality as a regular voter."

Critics pounced, a minor storm erupted, and a day later McGovern took his...