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So how many corporations will move even more of their operations, or maybe even their HQ overseas to avoid paying additional taxes?

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Don't know. But if the reason they are doing business the way they do is to screw all of us over while still saying that they are a US company, that does not seem right.

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So how many corporations will move even more of their operations, or maybe even their HQ overseas to avoid paying additional taxes?

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Don't know. But if the reason they are doing business the way they do is to screw all of us over while still saying that they are a US company, that does not seem right.

The problem is that the bill may have good intent, but make things worse instead of better. Much like the Windfall profits tax that was enacted under the Carter administration. Didn't collect as much as was originally planned, and actually contributed to an increase in dependence on Foreign oil sources.

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So how many corporations will move even more of their operations, or maybe even their HQ overseas to avoid paying additional taxes?

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and if they move, another company will replace them here and earn their business for being a US company. Hooray free market!

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Zod is like a midget at a whorehouse...in over his head.

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