If Corporations Are People......Than GM Should Be On Trial For Manslaughter!
Now, since corporations are people, and even able to have their own religious beliefs, when do we put a corporation on trial for manslaughter. GM had knowledge of the dangers of their ignition switch for many years, but instead of doing an eighty seven cent recall, they chose to ignore it, causing the death of over thirty people. Now, since they are a person, why doesn't the prosecutor in their incorporated state, go to the grand jury and get an indictment for manslaughter?
Was watching CNBC today and listening to two fellows discuss why GM is at a good price point based on the fact that the expected billion dollar settlement will be of minor impact to the stock value, and how GM has substantially cut labor costs, is building more vehicles on fewer platforms, and are expanding well in europe and china. So thirty unnecessary dead people just turned out to be a minor nuisance.......man we have just turned out to be a callous immoral lot.......I guess GM as a person, is just not a very good christian....
2 Mi 10:08 5:04 Pace 91' 5K 17:45 5:44 Pace 90' 4 Mi 23:20 5:52 Pace 90' 5 Mi 29:56 5:59 Pace 89' 10K 37:54 6:07 Pace 91' 15K 1:00:30 6:30 Pace 91' 1/2M 1:27:30 6:41 Pace 93' M 3:10:58 7:17 Pace 50Mi 8:22:50 10:03 Pace 94'
Just completed 40 years of running and racing distances from 1500 meters to 50 miles. After 4 back surgeries, surgeries to both feet, having my knee and ankle broken after being hit by a truck, and having had meniscus surgery in 2011, I have limited my competitive running to races I can complete in an hour or less. I think I have used up all 9 of my running lives, so I am hoping to stay injury free for a few more years! My goal now is to try and run 4 days a week with two days of quality work, and to supplement that with three days a week of weights and bike intervals at the gym. The Combination of Year/Kilometers (40 plus years and over 110,000 kilometers) have enjoyed their full effect on me orthopaedically.