Monday rally: "Tax Day, Make Corporations Pay"


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Join progressives across the country on Tax Day.

Rally: Monday, April 18th.
Make corporations pay their fair share!

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Dear Friend,

The pain of the economic crisis we're in has fallen mainly on poor and middle-class Americans, while billions in tax breaks, loopholes, and handouts for corporations remain untouched.

And the looming fights over the debt ceiling and the 2012 budget will only make this dynamic worse unless Congress and President Obama see a broad and vocal movement to hold corporations accountable.

So, on Tax Day — Monday, April 18 — there will be hundreds of events across the country to call out the corporate tax deadbeats.

CREDO is inviting you to join with a coalition of progressives led by MoveOn, and gather outside the headquarters and local offices of corporations not paying their fair share. For instance, activists will target corporations like General Electric, which made $14.2 billion in profits last year — but paid NO federal income tax.1

Attend an event near you join with fellow progressives to deliver tax bills to the biggest corporate tax dodgers and demand that our elected leaders make them pay.

We hope you'll take action. You can find the rally closest to you by clicking here.

Matt Lockshin, Campaign Manager
CREDO Action from Working Assets



Note:
1"G.E.'s Strategies Let It Avoid Taxes Altogether," David Kocieniewski, New York Times, March 24, 2011.

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