Econlog's David Henderson follows up on Romney's accurate observation that corporations, like soylent green, are made of people:
Romney's passion and clarity on this are admirable. And until now, I've found little to admire in Romney. Now, the next step for him—which a patient in a wheel chair tried to help him see but he couldn't see—is to see that just as taxes on corporations are taxes on people, the war on drugs is not really a war on drugs: it's a war on people.
Bonus: As one of Henderson commenters notes, Milton Friedman said it better:
(At 3:09, Friedman says of the fiction that the corporation pays half of the Social Security tax, "that's nonsense, that's bookkeeping, that's not economics." Despite the fact that I should should have known better, I genuinely thought Friedman was going to say "bullshit" instead of "bookkeeping." He'd be right either way, I suppose.)