Elizabeth Warren gave a great retort to Romney's old "corporations are people" schtick. Yes, a lot of responses have been given since he made the speech at the Iowa State Fair, but I think her's is the best yet.
It starts at about the 8:40 mark on this video: Elizabeth Warren: Corporations are Not People, Mitt
Here's my imagined response from Mittens:
Mitt Romney's Response to Elizabeth Warren (parody):
"Corporations are made up of people, my friend. The individuals have hearts that are guided by their accountants directives regarding their Swiss and Cayman holdings.
Corporations also have kids, they are called "subsidiary holdings," which can be profitable if held in trust within shells based in Swiss and Cayman locations.
Corporations do not need jobs, because they make jobs, except when Bain buys them and cuts jobs.
Corporations get sick. That's why we had to cut the jobs, after receiving loans to revive the businesses, but using them to pay millions to our investors in failure.
Corporations cry... well, sort of- when they are audited or fined by the SEC. Fortunately, since Bain wasn't a publicly-held company and didn't buy public companies, we didn't face SEC scrutiny to that extent.
Corporations dance. Well, the executives do. When the final payoff comes.
Corporations live: From incorporation through bankruptcy. They may not love much, but that's over-rated.
"By the corporations, for the corporations...in Dow and NASDAQ we trust."
(If you can tell me how to get a video to show a frame in the post, I'd appreciate it.)