Whether or not corporations are "entities" worthy of rights is a fair and honest debate - one that should absolutely have bearing on this bill. (To be honest, I don't feel corporations are worthy of the same human rights I treasure). That being said, sometimes laws like this are needed, not only to eliminate the vagueness or misappropriate of rights in the Constitution, but to put an end to how those rights are being abused. By allowing corporations to enjoy human rights, they can have undue influence over our country. I work for a corporation, but I want the voices of my 60,000 co-workers to matter more than the 12 voices of my board of directors. Unfortunately, if my company so chose, they could make a large donation in the name of free speech to a particular candidate, which could far outweigh any influence the rest of us regular humans have. This country may need to take a few lessons from the corporate world in how to handle its finances better, but the most important decisions in guiding this country should not be decided by who has the most money. Just because you can pay to have the loudest voice, doesn't mean you are the most important voice or that you should represent the majority.