No they can’t. Neither can you.
Here it is, going all the way back to 1934, thanks to the OMB. You’re welcome.
The tricky part is you changing the question from abolishing corporate income tax to reducing it. How did that happen?
I offered two alternatives to dealing with the corporate tax. One of them was to abolish it entirely and raise the income tax rates to offset. You’ve laserlocked on this one as if it was the only one I said. Your reading comprehension problem, not mine.
So to arrive at these easy and simple solutions, you would send me on some research project. Yup, as a matter of fact, it’s not the first time I’ve encountered such obfuscation.
Ah. So you’re rather I did your homework for you on something you clearly know nothing about, and when I refuse, you whine. How boring of you.
While I have attempted to stay on track and relate my subsequent questions and comments to your corporate tax abolition statement, you keep dodging and weaving, acting as if you never wrote it and I never commented about it. You did. And I did. All this other stuff you’re throwing out there is just distraction from the issue I brought up.
You haven’t stayed on track in the least.
You’re so confused, you don’t even know the difference between authoritative and authoritarian. If you just want to look smart, sometimes it’s better to not comment. You like to make a lot of curt comments in reply to serious questions. That doesn’t work.
You’re right, it doesn’t. You’re so uninformed on the topic that you didn’t even know that the corporate tax revenue totals are available.
Stop wasting my time.