Why is it that the biggest corporations get the Biggest tax breaks???? Heres a link to The Huffington post,with a story of a report from The Greenlining Institute, a research and public policy non-profit based in Berkeley, Calif.It says that Apple only paided 9.8 % on their 2011 taxes,Google only paid 11.9 %,Microsoft paid 18.9 %,Xerox paid 7.3 %,and Amazon only paid a 3.5 % Tax Rate.How is this even possible,its sick and disturbing!! http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/04/17/apple-corporate-income-tax-rate_n_1429955.html

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