What do Google, Microsoft, Mitt Romney, GE and Apple have in common? They all evade U.S. taxes by storing huge amounts of money overseas. Yes, they are all Obama supporters. Yes, it’s legal. Yes, it’s immoral.
Apple the latest piece of the pie
Greed and business acumen explain why the distinctly American company is treacherously un-American when it comes to paying its fair share. After all, why should Apple pay taxes when the working poor and unemployed are here to take up the slack? Poor people can’t afford the legions of lawyers, bookkeepers and accountants required to escape the strong arm of Uncle Sam, so let’s sock it to ‘em!
Disturbing revelations that more then two-thirds of Apple’s $98 billion stash of un-taxed profits is harbored in offshore accounts and that those accounts are protected by an elaborate sequence of accounting hocus pocus that makes it, GE, Google, Microsoft and other corporate sponsors of the Obama regime liable for little to no taxes.
Steve Jobs No American Idol
Lately it seems like it’s cool to idolize the deceased Steve Jobs as an example of what America was meant to be. As he blathered before his teleprompter-driven State of the Union speech, Obama said,
… we should support everyone who’s willing to work and every risk-taker and entrepreneur who aspires to become the next Steve Jobs.
We don’t need any more Steve Jobs
So Obama says we need more people who will enslave thousands of Chinese, Asian children and other illicit labor in a valiant effort to keep Americans unemployed. Great. He also says we need more people who will donate to Democrats, but – in the spirit of the Democrat Party – be exempt from the policies of Democrat politicians (as long as the donations keep flowing in).
No, we don’t need any more Steve Jobs. We don’t need any more tech giants like Apple.
GOP slimeball agrees
Y’know those people who say that no difference exists between the Republican Party and the Democrat Party? Those people may be right. Seconds after the primeval sleazeball Obama oozed his way off the stage in Congress after his State of the Union series of lies, RINO GOP Governor Mitch Daniels (a McCain-, Dole-, Romney-like loser) chimed in one Steve Jobs. Here’s what Daniels said,
The late Steve Jobs — what a fitting name he had — created more of them than all those stimulus dollars the President borrowed and blew.
Jobs’ legacy is for creating slave-labor jobs in China. He also is directly responsible for the deaths of thousands of slave-like workers who gave their lives so Apple could make a few extra bucks on every iPhone sold.
Corporate Evil by the Numbers
The New York Times reports that Apple employs 43,000 people in the U.S., a measly number considering the company exploits 230,000 oppressed human beings in China via its co-conspirator Foxconn alone. If you believe GOP slime-mold-presidential candidate Rick Santorum, the total Apple food chain in China involves 500,000 people: human beings with no rights recognized by the Communists or by Apple. It’s OK though, as long as the Democrats get their donations and as long as Americans get cheap iPhones (with a 2-year service agreement).
Stop praising un-American American companies
At a time when millions of Americans are out of work and when the Obama regime says not to expect its definition of the workforce to stop shrinking, the U.S. needs jobs. The U.S. also needs tax money. The richest American companies screw the nation out of hundreds of billions of dollars, forcing the nation to borrow it from China and confiscate it from American workers instead.
Apple, et al are contributing to the demise of America and should not be praised.
Instead, let’s honor American companies that hire Americans to build products in America and pay American taxes. If there are any of those companies left.