So what if a corporation pays little to no taxes? ALL taxes are taxes on people, on consumers. Governments are very good at finding creative ways to tax people so that they think they aren't being taxed. Corporate taxes are just one good example. And further, these same people who are being taxed take umbrage when a corporation "doesn't pay its fair share." But who pays those corporate taxes? You do, because all a corporation does is consider the rate of taxation before pricing their products. It's part of the cost of doing business and part of the cost of the product.
Also, every dollar spent on employee salaries is taxed. Every dividend given to shareholders is taxed. Every increase in corporate worth is taxed. The government "take"
from corporations far exceeds corporate profits. Who do you think makes more money on a gallon of gas? Big Oil or the government?
The real issue here is government's insatiable appetite for taxes. There's always another "program" that "needs" to be funded because some special interest thinks so. And the way it gets funded is by taking that money away from you and giving it to someone else "more deserving."
ALL taxes are paid by the consumer, the citizen. And the fact that anyone gets upset because some corporation paid "less" taxes than you deem "fair" just shows how well the government has deceived you into being a good little citizen.