This is absurd. Since when is being in business a sure bet of any kind? Maybe the market for this guy's services goes away. Maybe someone opens up shop in his town making the same kind of widget but better and cheaper. Part of being in business is assuming risks of all kinds, not just regulatory. If you can't handle it, become a worker instead.
Why should you care about Yemen? Because its autocratic and elitist regimes have kept much of the population poor, illiterate, and culturally closed-minded. Much like what the Republicans are doing to the middle class. Think of it as a road map.
One way to remove corporate "free speech" from our electoral process is to employ the legal concept of Civiliter Mortuus, which means "civil death." That's when convicted felons lose their Constitutional Rights either totally (as in the case of the death penalty) or the right to vote or possess a firearm. Many corporations have committed felonies, and could be deprived of their free speech rights as a result. Unfortunately, the Justice Dept. has continued to allow felon corporations to enter into plea bargains that admit no guilt. They need to stop doing that—and we need to insist that they obtain felony convictions of criminal corporations and those convictions could then be used to overturn Citizens United on a practical level. There is no possibility of a Constitutional amendment to overturn that outrageous decision.
Morality is subjective not objective.. and it can vary from culture to culture, between religious beliefs, within a human life span, etc. Unfortunately problems arise when a group of people think it's acceptable to legislate what is a morality issue and not really their business.