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Zhade Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu May-05-11 05:17 PM
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45. Er, does it really need to be pointed out that corporations think a ONE PERCENT RATE is too high?
Does anyone really think corporations will jump at the chance to "only" pay 26 times what they're (not) paying now?

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  -Obama administration gearing up to launch the bi-partisan battle for lower corporate taxes! Better Believe It  May-05-11 12:26 PM   #0 
  - Well shit. nt  spotbird   May-05-11 12:27 PM   #1 
  - Unrec...  SidDithers   May-05-11 12:29 PM   #2 
  - The Honest Version: Tax Rates cut, but loopholes closed = MORE TAX REVENUE  emulatorloo   May-05-11 12:34 PM   #9 
     - Yup...nt  SidDithers   May-05-11 12:36 PM   #13 
     - Exactly  ohheckyeah   May-05-11 12:49 PM   #23 
     - Er, does it really need to be pointed out that corporations think a ONE PERCENT RATE is too high?  Zhade   May-05-11 05:17 PM   #45 
     - with Geithner on the job, it's hard to believe that will be the result  hfojvt   May-05-11 12:59 PM   #31 
     - Most of the loopholes will devastate the middle class. This still isn't good  jtown1123   May-05-11 02:29 PM   #39 
  - Riiiiight, that will solve everything.  louis-t   May-05-11 12:30 PM   #3 
  - I am so glad they are finally doing something to help the corporations  Angry Dragon   May-05-11 12:30 PM   #4 
  - They pay way to much taxes while their CEO's starve.  Better Believe It   May-05-11 12:31 PM   #6 
  - Opposition is likely to break down regionally  sufrommich   May-05-11 12:31 PM   #5 
  - So Timothy Geithner is the big advocate for small businesses and not Wall Street??!!!  Better Believe It   May-05-11 12:36 PM   #11 
     - Why don't you just read the article? nt  sufrommich   May-05-11 12:39 PM   #17 
     - I have read many articles regarding the governments past actions and future plans to tax us ....  Better Believe It   May-05-11 12:52 PM   #26 
        - Well then you should just rename your OP "I don't care what they  sufrommich   May-05-11 12:58 PM   #29 
           - But I do believe them. They will cut corporate taxes as they clearly say!  Better Believe It   May-05-11 03:37 PM   #43 
     - So you're in favour of allowing big business to continue using loopholes and exemptions..  SidDithers   May-05-11 12:40 PM   #18 
        - I'm not sure what they're thinking, but proposals I've seen cut loopholes  jtown1123   May-05-11 02:33 PM   #41 
  - VERY DISHONEST POST. You left out LOOPHOLES BEING CLOSED AND EXEMPTIONS BEING CUT  emulatorloo   May-05-11 12:32 PM   #7 
  - +1...  SidDithers   May-05-11 12:35 PM   #10 
  - There's no doubt that they will lower corporate tax rates, but Obama's own past shows that he is  Exilednight   May-05-11 12:38 PM   #15 
  - Deleted sub-thread  Name removed   May-05-11 12:44 PM   #19 
  - Oh they will be closing loopholes and cutting exemptions all right .... for working people.  Better Believe It   May-05-11 12:45 PM   #20 
  - I thought your thread was about Corporate Tax policy...  SidDithers   May-05-11 12:47 PM   #21 
     - Rule 29: "f you find that you are being beaten, you can create a diversion"  emulatorloo   May-05-11 12:51 PM   #25 
        - Deleted message  Name removed   May-05-11 12:56 PM   #28 
  - "CORPORATIONS WILL ACTUALLY HAVE TO PAY THEIR TAXES." Sure they will.  Better Believe It   May-05-11 12:58 PM   #30 
  - See post #31...nt  SidDithers   May-05-11 01:01 PM   #32 
  - Deleted sub-thread  Name removed   May-05-11 01:02 PM   #33 
  - All the proposals floating around aim to get rid of mortgage interest deductions  jtown1123   May-05-11 02:31 PM   #40 
  - Wait a minute....  RandomKoolzip   May-05-11 12:32 PM   #8 
  - This will result in MORE TAX REVENUE. They are closing loopholes, and cutting exemptions  emulatorloo   May-05-11 12:36 PM   #12 
  - Read the article, the Obama administration is pushing for  sufrommich   May-05-11 12:38 PM   #16 
  - Taxing the rich more vs corporations more. what's better?  karnac   May-05-11 12:38 PM   #14 
  - Lots of corps pay no taxes . The actual plan is to lower rates, but close loopholes so they all pay  emulatorloo   May-05-11 12:48 PM   #22 
     - Please post some credible links regarding that plan.  Better Believe It   May-05-11 01:13 PM   #35 
     - those that pay much have to explain to shareholders why THEY did not LEAVE  karnac   May-05-11 02:35 PM   #42 
  - Selective quotation is fun!  Shiver   May-05-11 12:51 PM   #24 
  - Right up there with speculative outrage!...  SidDithers   May-05-11 12:55 PM   #27 
  - And so progressive!!1!  Scurrilous   May-05-11 01:04 PM   #34 
  - I will believe it when I see it...  FrankinMO   May-05-11 01:35 PM   #36 
  - Welcome to DU...  SidDithers   May-05-11 01:39 PM   #37 
  - Why would I believe anything from politico?  sinkingfeeling   May-05-11 02:05 PM   #38 
     - You should believe Geithner. They will cut corporate taxes just like they cut taxes for the rich.  Better Believe It   May-05-11 03:45 PM   #44 
 

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