Twinkies Bankrupt? Mitt Romney, do Twinkies have the rights of a person?

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Mitt Romney, do Twinkies have the rights of a person? Shouldn't a Twinkie approach a lawyer for chapter 13 personal bankruptcy and get battered by telephone calls and threats like most persons? Shouldn't a Twinkie get their pay checks garnished to point of starvation until the debt is paid, just like a person who claims bankruptcy? Shouldn't all Twinkie'sassets be assessed and auction on the street?

What is next with you Republicans, jail sentences until the amount is paid? Remember The George Bush Bankruptcy Act?

These claims turned out to be false. After BAPCPA passed, although credit card company losses decreased, prices charged to customers increased, and credit card company profits soared.[21]

citation: Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act (BAPCPA)…

Mitt Romney continues to confirm that Corporations have the rights of a person but he fails to tell the whole story that people do not have the rights of a person – just Corporations do

This one-side republican special interest pledge to the 1% will keep Obama squarely in the White House for four more years! This makes Texans happy because he just started to clean up a corrupt Texas Justice Systems with Rick Perry's 4,500 bias appointees some embedded in the supreme court.

No way, they are a corporation not a person! They will get away with murder by claiming a Twinkie Defense! That's how Dan White got off for the assassination of Harvey Milk, a San Francisco City Official – he had one too many Twinkies that made him go into a killing rage?

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This bring up another point, is the Secret Service a Private Corporation with the rights of a person?


Twinkies Go Bankrupt

Atlantic Wire By Dino Grandoni | The Atlantic Wire – 20 hrs ago

Sad news, factory-made baked-good lovers: Hostess, the maker of Twinkies, is filing for bankruptcy — but it isn't so much because Americans don't find Twinkies delicious anymore. The Wall Street Journal tries to parse out the reasons Hostess needs Chapter 11 protection, which it will file for this week. People losing their appetite for Twinkies is only a slight problem — Twinkie sales have only declined a slight 2 percent while sales of its cupcakes and other baked goods have remained flat. So we still find those suggestively oblong cream-filled cakes delicious.

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The George Bush Bankruptcy Act? [Which by George Failed Too}

Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act (BAPCPA)citation:…

Main article: Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act

The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005, Pub. L. No. 109-8, 119 Stat. 23 (April 20, 2005) (“BAPCPA”), substantially amended the Bankruptcy Code. Many provisions of BAPCPA were forcefully advocated by consumer lenders and were just as forcefully opposed by many consumer advocates, bankruptcy academics, bankruptcy judges, and bankruptcy lawyers.[19] The enactment of BAPCPA followed nearly eight years of debate in Congress. Most of the law's provisions became effective on October 17, 2005.

by G N O'Dell 01/16/2011


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