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Why do libs think corporations are greedy?

They give vacation time, Health insurance, Retirement plans, Dinners as a reward for working safe. And my boss paid for my engine work on my truck

Asked By: - 5/12/2012
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IT'S TIME FOR YOU TO ACTUALLY LEARN SOMETHING... More
Answered By: Fried Kitten - 5/13/2012
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Corporate profits have never been higher, yet they do nothing but complain taxes are too high.
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Answered By: America's Bane - 5/12/2012
 
Death to America!
Answered By: Feudalism is our Future- Death 2 America - 5/12/2012
 
Well in some case coporations are benefciarys of cronysims but this happens on both side of the aisle (and Obama stimlus plan was about a trillon dollars worth of it). But mostly it's because they misunderstand economics. They think if someone has made a lot of money then he stole either from the consumers who bought... More
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Answered By: Tommy L - 5/12/2012
 
Why are subsidies being given to oil companies who always making record setting profits?
Answered By: .. - 5/12/2012
 
Some have been. The rest understand that fiscal irresponsibility, ignoring the bottom line and screwing customers is not a good way to run a business or even to stay in business. The Wall Street fiasco that caused the mortgage meltdown was caused by just 20 banks, investment houses and insurance companies... More
Answered By: Socrates - 5/12/2012
 
The whole point of corporations is making profits. So, yes, they are greedy.
Answered By: Savedis - 5/13/2012
 
They really don't it's very convenient at election times to pull up this message, actually the Liberals that do this are extremely rich and play to the poor MInorities to get them to put them in office. This is one of the President's ploys to try to turn people against Romney and turn their attention away from the... More
Answered By: Joseph B - 5/13/2012
 
Because the executives are greedy.
Answered By: Debbie - 5/13/2012
 
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