Buffett Sues the IRS
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Submitted by Peter Rayfield (Canada), Nov 19, 2011 20:23
I'm on your side almost all the way - I said 'almost' - but not when you're wrongly accusing Buffett.
It is patently ridiculous to assume that the CEO of a holding company is necessarily familiar with all the actions taking place in one of his subsidiaries. - Furthermore, I prefer giving him the benefit of the doubt (even if I don't necessarily agree with him), that he is perfectly in his right to object to having one of his companies being wrongfully taxed - while at the same time advocating appropriate tax increases on his personal income - and those of his fellow billionaires, etc.
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