The daughter of Superman co-creator Jerry Siegel has penned this open letter about her family's struggle with DC over the Superman copyright.
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Siegle (left) and his partner in crime, Joe Shuster, in 1926, a year before their execution
We here at the Romney campa... er, The Outhouse, are never happy to see someone badmouthing job creators like the Warner Bros. Corporation. Corporations are people, legally speaking, and as people, under the constitution, Warner Bros. has the right to life, liberty, and harvesting the souls of the 99% to fuel its initiatives to oppress and dominate the people of the world. So what if Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster "created" a "character" that Warner Bros. made "billions" of "dollars" off of, only to be paid five nickels each and a personal line of credit at the haberdashery, as was the custom back then? That's the American way, as our founding fathers envisioned it, that is, when they weren't busy smoking pot and banging their slaves. The Siegels and the Shusters can purchase a Superman toaster from DC's website just like everyone else...
We've gotten off on a tangent, haven't we? Well, in any case, if you'd like to read Laura Siegel Larson use known Jewish imagery to describe her family's struggle with the honorable Warner Bros. corporation as like "David vs. Goliath," here's the full letter:
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