Related rabble.ca story:
As we saw with Tim Hudak's Million Jobs fantasy, claims about the benefits of corporate tax cuts can sometimes stretch into the realm of hallucination.
We've now reached a new level of silliness in public discourse about taxes with the suggestion by Finance Minister Joe Oliver that Burger King's $11-billion takeover of Tim Hortons somehow illustrates the benefits of Canada's low corporate tax rates.
One might be left with the impression that the corporate creator of the Whopper plans to invest a whopping $11 billion in Canada. There's a whopper for you, but it's not inside a bun.