1. Life ain't fair.
2. I'm not interested in playing the DemonRAT con game of class warfare. If the ultra-wealthy gather wealth through doing something dishonest, illegal or immoral, then spell out what that is and I'll feign outrage. To me, their greatest sins are those that support the illegal and immoral Democrat politicians.
3. Hugely profitable isn't a dirty word. It's how capitalism works, grows and rewards investment. Those evil companies listed employ a lot of people that are greatly enriched by that fact. They also are responsible to reward their share holders.
4. I'm not even outraged that evil corporations keep their money offshore to avoid paying taxes. I would too if I could.
It's a common misconception that the government is entitled to or is the owner of “everything”.
If you want “outrage” from me, let's discuss the evil entity that sucks off the cream of all “enterprise” to mainly redistribute that wealth to buy votes.
Government spending is currently 38% of GDP, 6% of which they are borrowing.
What you said. It shows a failure to understand conservative principles that someone would be outraged that a company fails to pay taxes on income that would be taxed again if it was passed on to a shareholder. I would prefer to eliminate all or almost all corporate taxes and let them reinvest earnings without giving a cut to government, or give dividends to the shareholders, who would pay taxes on that income, preferably at a flat rate.