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Don't get hung up on the

Don't get hung up on the legal definition of "corporate personhood" because it doesn't mean what you think it means (or what you seem to think it means... or you're just being sarcastic):

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corporate_personhood

"The basis for allowing corporations to assert protection under the U.S. Constitution is that they are organizations of people, and the people should not be deprived of their constitutional rights when they act collectively.[5] In this view, treating corporations as "persons" is a convenient legal fiction which allows corporations to sue and to be sued, provides a single entity for easier taxation and regulation, simplifies complex transactions which would otherwise involve, in the case of large corporations, thousands of people, and protects the individual rights of the shareholders as well as the right of association."