Who Pays? Our Families or Wall Street Corporations

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SIGN THE PETITION 

500 NPA members visited the home of Fix the Debt CEO Eugene Ludwig on April 21st, 2013.  

Watch a video of the action here:


Fix the Debt is a front group for corporations who want to avoid paying their fair share of taxes by making middle class and working families pick up their tab.

You can see how their policies are hurting our communities on the WHO PAYS website here.

Ludwig and his friends are back to raking in billions while we the rest of us are struggling.  And as if that wasn’t enough – Ludwig and Fix the Debt are using the budget debate to push for lower taxes for themselves and their corporations and want to pay for it by cutting our Social Security, Medicaid and Medicare.

We took the message directly to his $11.5 million estate in D.C. (complete with tennis court and modern art collection) with powerful testimonies and told him that America needs him, his friends and their corporations to pay their fair share.

You can send these CEOs a message that it's time for them to pay their fair share! Sign the petition here.

 



New website exposes how much corporate greed costs us!  Click here to visit the WHO PAYS site.

 

$85 Billion in automatic cuts are now kicking in and although we don't exactly know the extent of the damage these cuts will bring, we do know who will be most affected by these cuts, ordinary working class Americans, families, children, and the elderly.  

 

We want to expose some of the players who have been pushing to cut crucial programs that families rely on.  We are asking the Fix The Debt CEO's to expose themselves for the gluttonous fat cats they are.  These greedy CEO's and their corporations manage to pay little to no taxes and we think it's finally time for them to pay their fair share.  

 

Visit the new site, WHO PAYS, to share the shocking images of corporate greed over facebook and twitter.

Now is the time for the richest CEO's and corporations to come clean, expose themselves and pay their fair share!  The American people are waiting.  

 

 

   

 

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