The bell has been tolling for our country for well over a decade now, but it takes a Democrat governor making the statement that ‘maybe we should suspend elections for two years’ to get folks to look up? Where have you folks been? What the hell are you watching on your flat screens? Haven’t you yet comprehended that most politicians do just about anything they want whether we like it or not? And then I have to sit and listen to all of the rationalizations that the republican base makes about candidates like tea party wannabes Romney, Perry, Cain, and Bachmann? AYFKM? (more…)
Given what our current VP in charge of nothing said back on the campaign trail, wouldn’t that make the 13 TARP receiving banks who owe back taxes unpatriotic, and would it not make GM suspect? Once again, read the whole article and cast your eye on TurboTax Timmie’s Treasury Department.
General Motors includes a valuable prize for the ailing carmaker: a that could save and its future investors more than $12 billion—if it ever becomes profitable again. (AP) – The government bailout of
But these are far from ordinary times. The Treasury Department has, in effect, suspended long-standing tax rules for companies that receive bailout money, providing benefits not available to firms that don’t receive government help. New rules could provide GM billions in once it becomes profitable and starts paying taxes again, which could be years away.
For tax purposes, it’s like the government’s ownership never happened, saida corporate tax accountant in
The new tax rules, issued over the past several months, are part of the government’s massive effort to prop up struggling financial firms and the automobile industry. The goal is to help companies like GM eventually become profitable, so the government can sell its stake, get back its investment and get out of the carmaking business.
The notices have the full effect of a law, even though they aren’t reviewed or approved by Congress. They also apply to banks and other financial firms receiving money from the or TARP. (empasis added)
But the new rules don’t apply to corporations that are taken over by other private companies. That means Chrysler could lose the value of its tax write-offs in its merger with Italy’s bankruptcy protection, tax experts said.depending on the structure of the company after it emerges from
The moral of this story is to become part of the government and do not pay your taxes like most of Barack Obama’s appointees and bailed out banker friends. (Did Chrysler not contribute enough to Dem’s campaigns?)
If you are still thinking that anyone besides The Federal Reserve and the Treasury Dept. are running this country….wise up! This would also explain why writing to your representatives in D.C. is no longer an efficient or logical means of effecting change.