John Oliver On Hobby Lobby: 'Corporate People' Can't Pick And Choose Based On Beliefs (Video)


If corporations are people, they should feel obliged to read their friends' blog postsWith the decision in the Hobby Lobby case Monday, HBO wasted no time in YouTubing this clip from the latest Last Week Tonight, in which John Oliver previewed the case. The essential question: Are corporations able. to hold religious beliefs? The obvious answer, "No. No they're not. We're done, right?" was complicated by last year's Citizens United decision, which decided that corporations are people with free speech, so maybe corporate-Americans also have religious beliefs. And if they do, says Oliver, Taco Bell is clearly Hindu, "because you know there's no fucking beef in those things."


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