Aww the mental midget show up in defense of their fellows.Just you, and in a big way!
Hey Wonderbread, your tax assessment isn't specific. the topic is federal income taxes.
" Exxon pays a lower tax rate than the average American. Between 2008-2010, Exxon Mobil registered an average 17.6 percent federal effective corporate tax rate, while the average American paid a higher rate of 20.4 percent.
The company paid no taxes to the U.S. federal government in 2009, despite 45.2 billion record profits. It paid $15 billion in taxes, but none in federal income tax.
The oil giant uses offshore subsidiaries in the Caribbean to avoid paying taxes in the United States."
Do learn a little reading comprehension, Wonderbread. I find it hysterical that you are stalking again. Just couldn't stay away, could you? Apparently you also haven't learned to read or support your argument with facts. No where have I said Exxon Mobile doesn't pay taxes, the topic has been Federal tax. A distinction which is apparently lost upon the clueless.