Occupy New Hampshire Member on His Exchange with Mitt Romney over Support for Corporate Personhood (from Democracy Now)

Occupy New Hampshire Member on His Exchange with Mitt Romney over Support for Corporate Personhood (from Democracy Now)

Occupy New Hampshire Member on His Exchange with Mitt Romney over Support for Corporate Personhood (from Democracy Now) (click here to find out more about your election 2012 candidates)

Democracy Now: Occupy New Hampshire activist Mark Provost made national headlines Wednesday when he attended a town-hall meeting hosted by Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and asked about his past comment that “corporations are people.” Provost’s question to Romney came as Occupy New Hampshire is preparing for a series of events leading up to the state’s Republican primary to highlight the disproportionate impact corporations and wealthy donors have on the political process. We play an excerpt of the town-hall exchange and get Provost’s response to Romney reply. “I think his response really, again, is this denial that there’s this class in the country and that there are some people within the corporation, specifically the workers, that are taking it on the chin so that the United States’ executive management can make massive bonuses, and serve their shareholders rather well, too, because the profits largely go to capital gains and dividends.” (source: http://www.democracynow.org/seo/2012/1/6/occupy_new_hampshire_member_on_his)

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