7/30/14 – (8:55)

Category: Corporate Management, Crony Capitalists, Taxes and Policy, Television

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3 Responses to “Inversion of the Money Snatchers”

  1. tigerlilac says:


    Comedians like Stewart and Oliver take what academics and politicians tell us is complicated corporate finance and tax policy and boil it down to its simplest form. The juxtapositions of politicians debasing individuals on the government teat versus their praise for corporations that avoid (evade) taxes is illuminating. Exposing hypocrisy always is. The comedic medium is the message and our tax policy, politicians, and talking heads that slobber over each other justifying the wealth gap are a joke that any thinking person can understand.

  2. wisegrowth says:

    It is true… many corporations act like self-centered toddlers. … The operative word is, “mine”.
    A mature corporation honors society;

    • Rookie says:

      Corporations make rational decisions – why are they babies? They are, perhaps, the only segment of our population/institutional complex (including government) that makes sensible decisions.

      If government wants more income (which appears to be its goal), it would make the rational decision to create a growth environment. This means, lowering taxes, providing incentives for management to making investments, and (for God sake) stop attacking/viliying the 1% who run the companies.