Comment: Either you are willfully ignorant...

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Either you are willfully ignorant...

Or you deliberately try to confuse the issue as many conservatives incorrectly call corporations businesses.

I have owned two sole props, and 4 corps. I know what I am talking about.

Limited liability is not a voluntary contract because the people who are one the "wronged" side never agreed to anything.

So you must have the same definition of voluntary as the IRS.

Further, in a sole prop, if the company commits a damaging act, the owner pays for it. A corp, there is no such person held accountable, and the company is merely required to "pay a fine".

Here is a brief summary I found real quick since you apparently are too lazy to even google it.

http://www.investorguide.com/article/11573/what-is-a-c-corpo...

And for the record, LLC's are not technically corporations, but if you actually knew what you were talking about, I wouldn't have to tell you that.

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