All good points.<quoted text>
I disagree on that one. Corporations employ people, many people, and pay social security and medicare matches in the withholdings that come from the payrolls. They also buy things in conducting business and pay sales taxes on most all of those purchases unless given exemptions from the government by doing business with the government. I think we call that special interests. They also own property, and in most states, pay a much higher rate on it then residential property. Some businesses also require special licenses and permits which also functions as a tax. So they do pay taxes that benefit the communities and states they live in in a substantial way, all for the purpose of funding government, which does not produce wealth, but only consumes it.
However, so do smaller companies. But they have to pay.
Save size... what is the difference?
Why doesn't Airwalk enjoy the same benefits as DuPont?