We have rights, and that is our conviction. Due process, freedom of speech -- it's all so good. But in 1886 a legal fiction was created, called corporate personhood.
'Cause don't you think a corporation cries sometimes? Needs to share, be held, shareholders know it's true. And stock brokers all agree that a commercial entity must be free: Corporations are people too.
If you prick a corporation, does it not bleed if it can sign a binding contract just like you? Equal protection is our way, so for the taxes they must pay, in the U.S.A. corporations are people too.