I asked my doctor if businesses were truly people earlier today and she told me that there were quite a few anatomical differences. Should businesses be considered people?
Yes. It is very important that they are.
People are people and that's it. Not a hard concept.
To me a business is an organized collection of people under the umbrella of a specified service provider/good manufacturer. I call an organized collection of birds a flock, not a bird.
Not even once.
Do businesses not have the legal right to make contracts, sue, or be sued?
That's not what it means to be a person. To be a "person" only means the business is guaranteed it's constitutional rights
American citizens have constitutional rights. Is Apple an American citizen? If so, can it vote and bear arms?
Saying that's a constitutional right is downright crazy. The founding fathers would think we're wiping our ass with it if they found out about this. Just do any basic research over "legal fiction".
*face palm* does it have the right to free speech? Does it have the right against illegal search and seizure? Yes? Why? Because the Courts founds a way to give businesses these rights by defining them as personals. Otherwise they wouldn't have these…
Have these rights. You don't like it take it up with the Supreme Court. Not me
You should face palm a little harder to knock some sense in there.
I hitting myself, not you. Do me a favor, take a con law class. It'll help you understand.
They aren't a physical person but for judicial purposes yes they are people.
So they are only people with lawyers present?
For the purposes of legal measures. Like they are a person in that they can create contracts
Can we not make another term for businesses to allow them to continue to make contracts, sue, and be sued?
If your answer is no, you think it should be illegal to sue businesses and that it should be illegal for businesses to form contracts
Can we not create a separate term for businesses?