Ha ha haa

Google doesn’t like paying American taxes. How did I miss this story last week?

Google’s income shifting — involving strategies known to lawyers as the “Double Irish” and the “Dutch Sandwich” — helped reduce its overseas tax rate to 2.4 percent, the lowest of the top five U.S. technology companies by market capitalization, according to regulatory filings in six countries.

Google, as you know, supported Obama.

Obama has been railing against companies that don’t pay their fair share. I wonder if he’s going to go after Google?

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10 Comments on “Ha ha haa”

  1. agiledog Says:

    You know darn well that the Left is a “Do as I say, not as I do.” kinda group. Of course they support higher taxes – they don’t pay their fair share (if any) to begin with. For example, not to mention any names, but his initials are John F. Kerry.

  2. jw Says:

    “I wonder if he’s going to go after Google?”

    Bwahahahaha! Surely you jest? Too funny!

  3. beasn Says:

    yeah, my dem loving family are all about the ‘little guy’ but not one of them EVER gives to charity.

  4. beasn Says:

    Car in, shouldn’t I be seeing some sort of water level in my new frontloading washer? The clothes get wet and sloshy, but that is it.

  5. Hotspur Says:


    Beasn wants to waste precious resources just so she can see water in her washing machine. Typical republican.

    Next she’ll be telling us her whites aren’t white enough.


  6. beasn Says:

    yeah, wasteful me not wanting to smell like a filthy hippy.

    This whole water thing remnds me of when I was in grade school and they were telling us that we were running out of trees, which meant no more paper. Do you know how traumatizing those sorts of lies are to a little kid who loved drawing and reading?

    Stupid fascist hippies.

  7. Car in Says:

    Naw. Mine’s low water too , but the stuff is coming out clean and fresh smelling.

    Mine even has some two-hour super-cycle.

  8. Car in Says:

    It uses low water, but it cycles through more times. Instead of agitating it in dirty water for 20 minutes.

  9. jw Says:

    I always wondered about that. If your water doesn’t cycle through, how are your cloths getting clean.

    I love to take a hot bath to relax, but I damn sure always stand up and wash under the shower to feel clean.

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