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Published: Sunday, Aug. 24 2014 9:53 p.m. MDT

Updated: Sunday, Aug. 24 2014 9:53 p.m. MDT

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liahona
Westbank, BC

Would not be happy if that happen - keep Tim's Canadian! Americanize it and it will never be the same and I think Canadians would revolt.

Hutterite
American Fork, UT

Timmys works as a Canadian original. It's too bad that BK might see Canada, socialist, health care loving Canada, as a tax haven. Not only do I fear for Tims, and I could use a double double right now, but I wonder if America wonders why the king wants to abdicate.

DVD
Taylorsville, 00

I thought Canada's corporate taxes were rising while ours are getting lower this coming year? That said, what would happen if I stacked a Horton's donut, cheese, a whopper burger patty, another donut, more cheese, another patty on top of a 3rd donut? Is that my heart pounding with love, or is it an impending cardiac arrest? Can my jaw stretch that wide or do I need to squish the monster a bit?

LeoHaugh
Huntsville, UT

Hate to break it to you, but Tim Horton's is in the states back east big time. Many locations are conjoined with Wendy's. Approximately 15 years ago Dave Thomas (creator of Wendy's) bought the Franchise rights. They do phenomenal business and there is no difference between the stores in Canada and say Michigan.

Baron Scarpia
Logan, UT

Mitt Romney was famous for inverting his companies off-shore... had he been president, he would be setting the example of what American shareholders needed to do to cut their taxes and preserve their wealth. Is America a great country or what?

Mountanman
Hayden, ID

@ Baron. If Mitt Romney had been elected American businesses would be hiring, expanding, investing in new technology and millions more people would be getting pay checks instead of getting food stamps!

boneheaded, but not a smidgen
SLC, UT

takers continue to bring Mitt into every post. The fact is, Mitt is smart enough to lower the corporate tax as ne proposed hundreds of times, but why be educated about someone or somethig when you can just regurgitate leftist's drivel.

Herbert Gravy
Salinas, CA

In addition to listening to Mitt, we should also listen to Dr. Ben Carson. He has said that lowering the corporate tax rate is just "common sense" (perhaps UNCOMMON sense). Jobs and taxable income would rise dramatically and so would tax revenue. Apparently, this makes just too much sense for our politicians in Washington to understand. What a shame!

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