Corporations want fewer taxes to maximize massive profits

To the editor:

To the editor:

Re: Vancouver Sun Jan. 20 story: Corporate Tax Cuts Needed For Recovery Baird Says.

I am praying the voting public doesn’t swallow that pile of manure from John Baird, the federal government House Leader.

They can’t even call it what it is but put a pretty phrase—“job-creating businesses”

Lets face it, it’s nothing but another corporate tax grab for corporations to make more profits and anybody believes otherwise is dreaming.

Chevron profits jump 72 per cent for the fourth quarter. They reported net income of $5.3 billion for the final three months of 2010. They surely need a tax break. Keep up the good work Mr. Baird.

D.F. Breen,


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