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Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentGovernment · 1 decade ago

How long to you think the rich are going to float the bill before they leave the US with their money? #2 ?

Here is a list of companies that have already relocated according to CNN. Everyday the list grows. Who will pay for the underprivileged when all we are is peasants waiting for the bread line to open. And dont forget, its not just the income tax from the company that we loose but also all the jobs that were lost and those taxes as well. Maybe Mccain had a point after all.

3Com

3M

A

Aalfs Manufacturing

Aavid Thermal Technologies

ABC-NACO

Accenture

Access Electronics

Accuride Corporation

Accuride International

Adaptec

ADC

Adobe Systems

Advanced Energy Industries

Aetna

Affiliated Computer Services

AFS Technologies

A.G. Edwards

Agere Systems

Agilent Technologies

AIG

Alamo Rent A Car

Albany International Corp.

Albertson's

Alcoa

Alcoa Fujikura

Allen Systems Group

Alliance Semiconductor

Allstate

Alpha Thought Global

Altria Group

Amazon.com

AMD

Americ Disc

American Dawn

American Express

American Greetings

American Household

American Management Systems

American Standard

American Uniform Company

AMETEK

AMI DODUCO

Amloid Corporation

Amphenol Corporation

Analog Devices

Anchor Glass Container

ANDA Networks

Anderson Electrical Products

Andrew Corporation

Anheuser-Busch

Angelica Corporation

Ansell Health Care

Ansell Protective Products

Anvil Knitwear

AOL

A.O. Smith

Apple

Applied Materials

Ark-Les Corporation

Arlee Home Fashions

Art Leather Manufacturing

Artex International

ArvinMeritor

Asco Power Technologies

Ashland

AstenJohnson

Asyst Technologies

Atchison Products, Inc.

A.T. Cross Company

AT&T

AT&T Wireless

A.T. Kearney

Augusta Sportswear

Authentic Fitness Corporation

Automatic Data Processing

Avanade

Avanex

Avaya

Avery Dennison

Azima Healthcare Services

Axiohm Transaction Solutions

B

Bank of America

Bank of New York

Bank One

Bard Access Systems

Barnes Group

Barth & Dreyfuss of California

Bassett Furniture

Bassler Electric Company

BBi Enterprises L.P.

Beacon Blankets

BearingPoint

Bear Stearns

BEA Systems

Bechtel

Becton Dickinson

BellSouth

Bentley Systems

Berdon LLP

Berne Apparel

Bernhardt Furniture

Best Buy

Bestt Liebco Corporation

Beverly Enterprises

Birdair, Inc.

BISSELL

Black & Decker

Blauer Manufacturing

Blue Cast Denim

Bobs Candies

Borden Chemical

Bourns

Bose Corporation

Bowater

BMC Software

Boeing

Braden Manufacturing

Briggs Industries

Brady Corporation

Bristol-Myers Squibb

Bristol Tank & Welding Co.

Brocade

Brooks Automation

Brown Wooten Mills Inc.

Buck Forkardt, Inc.

Bumble Bee

Burle Industries

Burlington House Home Fashions

Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway

C

Cadence Design Systems

Camfil Farr

Candle Corporation

Cains Pickles

Capital One

Cardinal Brands

Carrier

Carter's

Caterpillar

C-COR.net

C&D Technologies

Cellpoint Systems

Cendant

Centis, Inc.

Cerner Corporation

Charles Schwab

ChevronTexaco

The Cherry Corporation

CIBER

Ciena

Cigna

Circuit City

Cirrus Logic

Cisco Systems

Citigroup

Clear Pine Mouldings

Clorox

CNA

Coastcast Corp.

Coca-Cola

Cognizant Technology Solutions

Collins & Aikman

Collis, Inc.

Columbia House

Comcast Holdings

Comdial Corporation

Computer Associates

Computer Horizons

Computer Sciences Corporation

CompuServe

Concise Fabricators

Conectl Corporation

Conseco

Consolidated Metro

Continental Airlines

Convergys

Cooper Crouse-Hinds

Cooper Tire & Rubber

Cooper Tools

Cooper Wiring Devices

Copperweld

Cordis Corporation

Corning

Corning Cable Systems

Corning Frequency Control

Countrywide Financial

COVAD Communications

Covansys

Creo Americas

Cross Creek Apparel

Crouzet Corporation

Crown Holdings

CSX

Cummins

Cutler-Hammer

Cypress Semiconductor

D

Dana Corporation

Daniel Woodhead

Davis Wire Corp.

Daws Manufacturing

Dayton Superior

DeCrane Aircraft

Delco Remy

Dell Computer

DeLong Sportswear

Delphi

Delta Air Lines

Delta Apparel

Direct TV

Discover

DJ Orthopedics

Document Sciences Corporation

Dometic Corp.

Donaldson Company

Douglas Furniture of California

Dow Chemical

Dresser

Dun & Bradstreet

DuPont

E

Earthlink

Eastman Kodak

Eaton Corporation

Edco, Inc.

Editorial America

eFunds

Edscha

Ehlert Tool Company

Elbeco Inc.

Electroglas

Electronic Data Systems

Electronics for Imaging

Electro Technology

Eli Lilly

Elmer's Products

E-Loan

EMC

Emerson Electric

Emerson Power Transmission

Emglo Products

Engel Machinery

En Pointe Technologies

Equifax

Ernst & Young

Essilor of America

Ethan Allen

Evenflo

Evergreen Wholesale Florist

Evolving Systems

Evy of California

Expedia

Extrasport

ExxonMobil

F

Fairfield Manufacturing

Fair Isaac

Fansteel Inc.

Farley's & Sathers Candy Co.

Fasco Industries

Fawn Industries

Fayette Cotton Mill

FCI USA

Fedders Corporation

Federal Mogul

Federated Department Stores

Fellowes

Fender Musical Instruments

Fidelity Investments

Financial Techologies International

Findl

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
    Best Answer

    Not very long. We could bring them all back home AND $12 trillion in offshore accounts with the FairTax Act. H.R. 25

    For those who don’t know about the FairTax, a little background:

    The FairTax Plan is a comprehensive proposal that replaces all federal income and payroll taxes with an integrated approach including a progressive national retail sales tax on new items only, a rebate to ensure no American pays federal taxes on spending up to the poverty level, dollar-for-dollar federal revenue replacement, and, through companion legislation, repeal of the 16th Amendment. This nonpartisan legislation (HR 25/S 1025) abolishes all federal personal, gift, estate, capital gains, alternative minimum, Social Security, Medicare, self-employment, and corporate taxes and replaces them with one simple, visible, federal retail sales tax – collected by existing state sales tax authorities. The FairTax taxes us only on what we choose to spend, not on what we earn. It does not raise any more or less revenue; it is designed to be revenue neutral. The FairTax is a fair, efficient, transparent, and intelligent solution to the frustration and inequity of our current tax system. More details can be found at www.fairtax.org

    The income tax equation is income- taxes-compliance dollars = spending

    The Fair Tax equation is income = spending + taxes+ compliance dollars, so here we are taxed as we spend and keep the compliance costs

    http://wethepeople.org/wpblog/?tag=the-fairtax-act

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  • 1 decade ago

    its a free country , but that doesnt mean they should be free to take their business overseas.

    if their income doesnt benefit their country of citizenship then it should be illegal.

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