Gary Coleman

West Mifflin, PA

#42452 Nov 14, 2012
The CEO of Cisco made the point several times in his interview that all the other industrialized countries have lowered their tax rates on corporations. You know what else these industrialized countries have done that we don't do? Provide healthcare for all their citizens. If the argument is that we need to be more like other industrialized countries with the way we structure taxes for corporations I say, let's not stop there. Let's provide healthcare for all! The overwhelming cause of families declaring bankruptcy is catastrophic illness. That doesn't happen in other industrialized countries. Think of all the money that corporations loose when people declare bankruptcy and default on their financial obligations. I call on Washington to make a deal. We'll call it the "We want to act like other industrialized countries" bill. There would be something for everyone to like and to dislike (the hallmark of a compromise). The wealthy won't have to worry that so much of their money is going towards taxes and the rest of won't have to worry about loosing everything if we have the misfortune to get sick, or have to choose between taking our sick child to the doctor or buying food for the week! This could be a winner. I totally agree with Cisco's CEO when he says that America need to wake up and be more like other industrialized countries!
Gary Coleman

West Mifflin, PA

#42453 Nov 14, 2012
Verizon reported $24.2 Billion in pre-tax income for 2009 and 2010, yet paid $0 in federal income tax.
In addition, Verizon actually claimed a refund of $1.3 Billion, earning it a place on what the Washington Times calls the "Tax Evaders' Wall of Shame."
What's really incredible is that Verizon's actions are perfectly legal. The economy is exploiting tax loopholes to get the maximum reward.
Verizon Should Invest in Jobs and Communities
Despite huge profits and a free ride on taxes, Verizon has slashed good jobs our communities need more than ever. It's pulled back on building out high-speed broadband to connect some rural and inner city areas to the future. And it's neglected the copper telephone lines that millions rely on.
Verizon should pay its fair share of the taxes that fund schools, roads, public safety, job training, and so much more. And it should invest in good jobs, quality service, and broadband buildout.
Verizon's five top executives were paid $258 million over the last 4 years. That is over a quarter Billion dollars!

Verizon made 11.6 BILLION dollars in profit in 2009*
Verizon made 10.2 BILLION dollars in profit in 2010*
Verizon made 13.6 BILLION dollars in profit in
2011*
Verizon's Wireless Service is only wireless from your cell phone to the cell tower. The service is connected to Verizon's wireline network at the cell tower. There is only ONE network.

That's right folks ZERO fed tax.........time for big business to pay their fair share.
informed voter

Washington, DC

#42454 Nov 14, 2012
xfactor wrote:
<quoted text>
Not really sure they are 'competing', maybe in the way two WWE wrestlers are 'competing'.
The left/right paradigm has been scripted out using left and right cover to promote their agendas utilizing Edwards Bernays mass population mind control propaganda techniques.
The eugenicists elitist bankers and multinational corporate interest are running this country now, especially at the Federal level.
More people wake up everyday, and change is on the horizon, these criminals will lose, it is just a matter of when.
suck failure, minion. it will never change, stop pretending like your vote for gary johnson made any kind of difference, it didn't.
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#42455 Nov 14, 2012
The carbon tax proposal that has been under discussion at the Treasury Department will be introduced in Congress by one of Obama's congressional supporters, according to CEI.

"Although President Obama repeatedly promised openness and transparency in government, even liberal watchdogs have despaired that his has become one of the most secretive administrations ever," said Horner.

"This administration has attempted to conceal its involvement in this proposal not just until the elections were over but beyond, to the point where disclosure will come too late to meaningfully inform the public.

This shameful lack of transparency must stop, beginning with the administration coming clean about its effort to impose a massive, harmful new energy tax," he said.

..........

informed voter
Washington, DC
bobby64

Charlotte, NC

#42456 Nov 14, 2012
A according to a racist tea bags feelings, you dumb ass
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#42457 Nov 14, 2012
Verizon's five top executives were paid $258 million over the last 4 years. That is over a quarter Billion dollars!

Verizon made 11.6 BILLION dollars in profit in 2009*
Verizon made 10.2 BILLION dollars in profit in 2010*
Verizon made 13.6 BILLION dollars in profit in
2011*
Verizon's Wireless Service is only wireless from your cell phone to the cell tower. The service is connected to Verizon's wireline network at the cell tower. There is only ONE network.

That's right folks ZERO fed tax.........time for big business to pay their fair share.

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Obama has pushed tax cuts for low- and middle-income families and tax increases for the wealthy, arguing that wealthier taxpayers fared well in the past decade, so it's time to pay up.

The nation's wealthiest taxpayers did get big tax breaks under Bush, with the top marginal tax rate reduced from 39.6 percent to 35 percent, and the second-highest rate reduced from 36 percent to 33 percent.

But income tax rates were lowered at every income level.

The changes made it relatively easy for families of four making $50,000 to eliminate their income tax liability.

Here's how they did it, according to Deloitte Tax:

The family was entitled to a standard deduction of $11,400 and four personal exemptions of $3,650 apiece, leaving a taxable income of $24,000. The federal income tax on $24,000 is $2,769.

With two children younger than 17, the family qualified for two $1,000 child tax credits.

Its Making Work Pay credit was $800 because the parents were married filing jointly.

The $2,800 in credits exceeds the $2,769 in taxes,

so the family makes a $31 profit

from the federal income tax.

..........

informed voter
Washington, DC
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#42458 Nov 14, 2012
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Here's how they did it, according to Deloitte Tax:

The family was entitled to a standard deduction of $11,400 and four personal exemptions of $3,650 apiece,

leaving a taxable income of $24,000.

The federal income tax on $24,000 is $2,769.

With two children younger than 17,

the family qualified for two $1,000 child tax credits.

Its Making Work Pay credit was $800 because the parents were married filing jointly.

The $2,800 in credits exceeds the $2,769 in taxes,

so the family makes a $31 profit

from the federal income tax.

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.
.

AWESOME!!!!!

Because the Bush tax cuts have done WONDERS the last 10 years.

Because trickle down works!!!!

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

That is why repukes like YOU are OUT.

Too damn stupid to learn.

You really are one STUPID

FV<ker!!!!!

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TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#42459 Nov 14, 2012
The $2,800 in credits exceeds the $2,769 in taxes,

so the family makes a $31 profit

from the federal income tax.

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.
.
.
.

AWESOME!!!!!

Because the Bush tax cuts have done WONDERS the last 10 years.

Because trickle down works!!!!

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

That is why repukes like YOU are OUT.

Too damn stupid to learn.

You really are one STUPID

FV<ker!!!!!

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TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#42460 Nov 14, 2012
bobby64 wrote:
A according to a racist tea bags feelings, you dumb ass
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a $31 profit

from the federal income tax.

AWESOME!!!!!
Larry Kelly

West Mifflin, PA

#42461 Nov 14, 2012
Last November, Citizens for Tax Justice and the
Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy issued a
major study of the federal income taxes paid, or not
paid, by 280 big, profitable Fortune 500 corporations.
That report found, among other things, that 30 of the
companies paid no net federal income tax from 2008
through 2010. New information for 2011 shows that
almost all these 30 companies have maintained their
tax dodging ways.

Time for the rich to kick in and pay their fare share......

These are the tax scammers and crooked greedy companies.

No more Romnesia...LOL!

LQQK HERE:
http://www.ctj.org/pdf/notax2012.pdf
xfactor

Mckeesport, PA

#42462 Nov 14, 2012
informed voter wrote:
<quoted text>
suck failure, minion. it will never change, stop pretending like your vote for gary johnson made any kind of difference, it didn't.
You are the minion, doing your banker masters bidding - a tool to be used and disposed of by the criminals you grovel to.

"No man survives when freedom fails, The best men rot in filthy jails, And those who cry 'appease, appease' Are hanged by those they tried to please." - Hiram
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#42463 Nov 14, 2012
Larry Kelly wrote:
Last November, Citizens for Tax Justice and the
Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy issued a
major study of the federal income taxes paid, or not
paid, by 280 big, profitable Fortune 500 corporations.
That report found, among other things, that 30 of the
companies paid no net federal income tax from 2008
through 2010. New information for 2011 shows that
almost all these 30 companies have maintained their
tax dodging ways.
Time for the rich to kick in and pay their fare share......
These are the tax scammers and crooked greedy companies.
No more Romnesia...LOL!

LQQK HERE:
http://www.ctj.org/pdf/notax2012.pdf
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Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy issued a
major study of the federal income taxes paid, or not
paid, by 280 big, profitable Fortune 500 corporations.
That report found, among other things, that 30 of the
companies paid no net federal income tax from 2008
through 2010.

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Today, President Obama will meet with the leaders of a dozen of America’s largest companies to discuss solutions to the federal debt crisis.

Soon after, the president may claim that business leaders support his plan to hike income taxes, even though those tax hikes would hit millions of businesses.

If this sounds surprising, it shouldn’t.

Present at this White House conference will be top executives from Aetna, Xerox, American Express, Wal-Mart, Honeywell International, General Electric, Dow Chemical, Procter & Gamble, Ford, PepsiCo, IBM and Chevron.

Not included in the invite list:

a single representative from one of the country’s 27.5 million small businesses.

Not one.

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2012/11/14/obama-meets...
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#42464 Nov 14, 2012
Present at this White House conference will be top executives from Aetna, Xerox, American Express, Wal-Mart, Honeywell International, General Electric, Dow Chemical, Procter & Gamble, Ford, PepsiCo, IBM and Chevron.

Not included in the invite list:

a single representative from one of the country’s 27.5 million small businesses.

Not one.

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2012/11/14/obama-meets ...
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#42465 Nov 14, 2012
While these big businesses directly benefit from federal spending, they hardly pay taxes.

Thanks to million-dollar lobbying campaigns, none of them pay close to the standard 35 percent corporate tax rate, and some reportedly pay as little as 5 percent.

In fact, The New York Times reported that in the 2010 fiscal year General Electric did not pay a single dollar in corporate taxes while making $5 billion domestically and $14 billion worldwide.

This occurred as CEO Jeffrey Immelt, who is at the White House today, served as chairman of Obama’s Council on Jobs and Competitiveness.

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2012/11/14/obama-meets...

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TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#42466 Nov 14, 2012
2010 fiscal year General Electric did not pay a single dollar in corporate taxes while making $5 billion domestically and $14 billion worldwide.

This occurred as CEO Jeffrey Immelt,

who is at the White House today,

served as chairman of Obama’s Council on Jobs and Competitiveness.

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2012/11/14/obama-meets ...
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TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#42467 Nov 14, 2012

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CBO:

Obama’s Tax On Rich Would Reduce Deficit By Literally Zero Dollars

Raising taxes on the rich was the cornerstone of President Obama’s reelection campaign.

“If we’re serious about reducing the deficit,”

Obama told a rally in Columbus, Ohio, on election day,“we’ve got to ask the wealthiest Americans to go back to the tax rates they paid when Bill Clinton was in office.”

But just how much deficit reduction would Obama’s tax hikes on the rich necessarily accomplish?

Nothing, according to the Congressional Budget Office.

Letting tax rates rise to Clinton era levels for those families making over $250,000 a year would only raise $824 billion over ten years.

That is not even enough revenue to undo the sequester that Obama promised

“will not happen”

during his final debate with Mitt Romney.

A chart breaking down the costs of the relevant fiscal cliff provisions is below.

http://patdollard.com/2012/11/cbo-obamas-tax-...

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bobby64

Charlotte, NC

#42468 Nov 14, 2012
Then what you yapping about racist warrior tea bag?
xfocker

Monessen, PA

#42469 Nov 14, 2012
TaxNoMore - you lost! Get over it.

You are pissing into the wind.
in hiding

West Mifflin, PA

#42470 Nov 14, 2012
obama has to worry about paying for 2 unpaid wars and 2 cut tax cuts by Bush.....
After the Bush/Cheney/Rumsfeld war crime family ran up the debt..........
yeahhhhhh babyyyyyyyyyyyy!
informed voter

Washington, DC

#42471 Nov 14, 2012
xfactor wrote:
<quoted text>
You are the minion, doing your banker masters bidding - a tool to be used and disposed of by the criminals you grovel to.
"No man survives when freedom fails, The best men rot in filthy jails, And those who cry 'appease, appease' Are hanged by those they tried to please." - Hiram
you are the minion, throwing your vote away each election in chase of a hopeless dream, a mythical utopian reality that will never come to pass. no matter how much you think you're making a difference or feel superior to us all and act like you know something we all don't because you voted for a third party candidate, the fact remains that you willingly flushed your vote down the toilet like the little minion you are, thinking you would actually make a difference. how does it feel knowing your dreams were dead before they even entered your minion mind? now excuse me, i have to go make a deposit at bank of america. IN YOUR FACE

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