Recent election results should make the point that corporate control of politics and corporations' attacks on unions, universal health care and worker pension plans are odious to many Americans. They understand the disparity that occurs when there is no mention of also eliminating deferred taxes on overseas profits, deductions for second homes and yachts, or the use of tax-free offshore accounts.
Last week the CEOs of major corporations met with conservative politicians in Washington to advocate cuts to social programs while pushing for $100 billion in additional tax cuts for themselves. Ironically, they call their think tank, "Fix the Debt."
Well, think about this: