By broadly asserting corporations as “people,” W.M. Romney has publicly defined his active engagement in one of the lowest, most odious, and most near-universally despicable commerces conceivable.
As head of Bain Capital, an enterprise whose raison d’etre is the buying and selling of corporate entities for profit, W.M. Romney was, by his own words, actively dealing in the buying and selling of people.
Buying and selling people is slave-trading.
Applying his self-expressed parameters, W.M. Romney trafficked in (and profited handsomely from) slavery.