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Robt you make no sense.

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VA:

They wouldn't pay so much in taxation if they were to have spread their wealth across the entire spectrum of their work forces... For there wouldn't be a need to tax the companies half as much as we do if their workers could pay more in taxation to keep a civilized nation running.

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Good he is trying to figure out where he will come up with the money for Obama's new idiot tax. Liberal idiots get caught in an endless cycle of taxes.

Sanford NC
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So they pay about the same effective rate as an individual in the top 2 tax brackets Vabeach...whats your point?

Rosemont IL
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Nice attempt at humor Robert.

Remember, Estimated Clueless Tax Payments for 2013 are due by April 1st. Fortunately my tax accountant has advised me I am still exempt.

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Here's an interesting list to shove up the ass of the next vapid twit who claims these corporations "pay no taxes"

Top 10 income tax payers for 2012

1. ExxonMobil • Income tax expense: $31.05 billion • Earnings before taxes: $78.73 billion

2. Chevron • Income tax expense: $20.00 billion • Earnings before taxes: $46.33 billion

3. Apple • Income tax expense: $14.21 billion • Earnings before taxes: $55.96 billion

4. Wells Fargo • Income tax expense: $9.10 billion • Earnings before taxes: $28.47 billion

5. Wal-Mart • Income tax expense: $7.98 billion • Earnings before taxes: $25.74 billion

6. ConocoPhillips • Income tax expense: $7.94 billion • Earnings before taxes: $15.42 billion

7. JPMorgan • Income tax expense: $7.63 billion • Earnings before taxes: $28.92 billion

8. Berkshire Hathaway • Income tax expense: $6.92 billion • Earnings before taxes: $22.24 billion

9. IBM • Income tax expense: $5.30 billion • Earnings before taxes: $21.90 billion

10. Microsoft • Income tax expense: $4.57 billion • Earnings before taxes: $20.03 billion

Source:w ww.usatoday.c om/story/money/personalfinance/2013/03/17/companies-paying-highest-income-taxes/1991313/

Windermere FL
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There is also a greed tax imposed upon the persons who post and do not support holding greedy employers accountable for the need for social welfare.

Hazle Township PA
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You aren't up to no good are you? Because if you are, there's a $0.25 Up To No Good Tax.

-The Tax Man

Brooklyn Park MN
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Seems some of the fat haters have certs from overweight couples . Great humans you are .

Dyer IN
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the truth of behind these fat hating threads is that they are directed at another member who happens to be overweight. Some folks are so spineless and hateful they need to do this type of thing to feel good about themselves

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