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.

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.

The Philosophy Of Liberty -