Maybe universities should start offering classes to study the oppression of corporations and create safe spaces for them on campus. They've only been people since 1886, and they've been maligned ever since. All they want to do is make a few bucks at the expense of everyone else - is there something wrong with that?
Target Corp.'s donation of $150,000 to a group backing Republican candidate Tom Emmer led to a store boycott organized by people opposed to Emmer's stand against gay rights. The Chamber cited the Target case as a prime example of how government contractors could have their right to free speech stifled if President Obama issues an executive order forcing them to reveal their political donations.
"Mandatory disclosure laws, like breaches in privacy laws, can squelch speech," Chamber spokeswoman Blair Latoff said. "The only reason proponents of these so-called disclosure provisions want to pursue this is because they want to single out organizations like Target, as they did. So what we're seeing here is the left spending potentially millions of dollars a year harassing the business community."
I can't believe how terrible people were to harass a poor corporation like Target, just because they tried to cut education funding, stop housing aid for the poor, and ban same-sex marriage. While the CEO of Target makes $13.3 million a year and has tons of cash to make politicians worship him, we really need to examine those who make minimum wage and signed a Change.org petition to see who the real monsters are.