Tuesday, March 29, 2011

We Have To Pay Taxes...

....but evidently if you make enough money you don't have to pay any taxes.  Exxon Mobil, which keeps raising our gas prices, paid no taxes even though they made a profit of over 19 billion and they got a refund.  Go read about other companies that make a fortune in profit and pay no taxes here.  Something is seriously out of whack with our government in this case.

3 comments:

Vinny "Bond" Marini said...

Scary ain't it? Incredible we have let those loop-holes stay in place

Travis Cody said...

It's like none of our elected officials want to be the first to take a step back onto the road of reasonableness. I can't tell you how many times, in one of my letters to my representatives, that I've clearly said that I don't mind paying my reasonable fair share in taxes.

I only have a problem with taxes when some get to legally avoid paying their reasonable fair share.

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