Yippee!!! I will wait to see how many more companies will actually move out of the USA. Then we'll see how our unemployment rates will climb. We'll finally get rid of those nasty, nasty corporations.
Isn't it awesome Cassie...I cannot wait. I've never understood why people are bashing corporations and the 1% and then bitch because they cannot find a job. And the other issue I'm failing to grasp is why people that are looking for work and buying products want corporations to pay more in taxes. Is there some disconnect with the fact that by demanding higher taxes for companies is necessarily raising taxes for the individual?
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