Tax group blasts Pfizer, urges stop to its tax-cutting deal

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  • LOU Montana Pueblo, CO
    April 4, 2016 9:47 p.m.

    RBB,Sandy,UT; It is time to take big profit out of the medical business and put government regulation on top of the whole healthcare system.

    Sorry but I am sick to death of these people sticking it to the tax payers.

  • RBB Sandy, UT
    Feb. 28, 2016 10:03 a.m.

    Do you remember when communist countries used to build walls and fences to keep in their own citizens. Now many want build legal walls to prevent U.S. companies from leaving. Why would any company want to leave the U.S.? Because we have a highest corporate tax rate in the world. Moreover, we tax not only income they earn in the U.S., but what they earn on sales overseas.

    These higher tax rates make U.S. companies less competitive in global markets. Maybe rather than trying to imprison companies here, we should fix our tax laws so that companies want to come to the U.S. rather than wanting to leave. Unfortunately, there are many who consider companies cash cows that they can use to fund their pet programs. Moreover, these same people want to strip the ability of companies to lobby government to object when they are used as the piggy bank to pay for leftist programs.

    The policies of the left are pushing American companies and jobs overseas. It is time to reform our tax laws.