Can You Drive in the Carpool Lane If You’re Sitting Next to a Corporation?
Posted on Jan 6, 2013
If corporations are people, then they should count toward the carpool lane, argues Jonathan Frieman of San Rafael, Calif. The cop who ticketed Frieman didn’t buy it, but Frieman is of course really looking for an opportunity to challenge the judiciary’s plainly absurd rulings on corporate personhood.
Let’s face it, it wouldn’t be so easy to make fun of the idea that corporations are people if the idea weren’t so ridiculous. And why can such rulings be used to justify corporate contributions to political candidates, but not corporate contributions to traffic?
Your move, John Roberts.
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—Posted by Peter Z. Scheer. Follow him on Twitter: @peesch.