Does the First Corporation Running For Congress Support Gay Marriage?

No. But luckily, this is just a joke — to point out the metaphorical extremes of the Supreme Court’s campaign finance ruling. Like how the Fortune 500 could very well (more openly) wield absolute power over lawmakers. And if ExxonMobil doesn’t want to be forced to grant same-sex partner benefits, it simply has to direct money to the proper legislator. Or just run for office itself. Which might end up being the same thing.

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