Not gonna do it.
If we did that, it would put attention back on white collar crime/criminals, who presently sail smoothly and never get turtled, and never commit protocol breaches of the type that force them to do 360s on marks or DQ them from the race.
How many people follow big sailing racing anyway? You think ESPN gets their highest web-view click counts and telecast view tallies when the wind-riders are scooting across water?
I'd like to feel some burning, somewhere besides my piss canal anyway, but white collar crime isn't captured in Citizens United nor properly reined-in by blaming corporate. Lots of well-dressed criminals make money however they can, however the scene requires or enables. It can be done without corporate forms, and often is.
Let's assume we abolish both Citizens United and the corporate form.
What happens then?
Re Citizens United abolished/vacated/vitiated -- NOTHING. See Buckley v Valeo.
Re business w/o corporate form -- Same old operators pursue profits in other business formats. Formal change without substantive difference.
So it seems the only burning one might feel is when one takes a whiz, even if we follow Herr Marxkopf's whims on fixing America.
I think I'd rather pee freely.
--Paul Behrer, still amused at what passes for well-educated, well-informed and/or knowledgeable in your world.