Wow, just wow. What uneducated drivel. Why hasn't Obama told us about these tax loopholes? Just hasn't done a good job of telling the story? We have one of the most progressive tax policies in the world, on average the more one makes, the more taxes they pay. The buffet/secretary line has proven to be incorrect (look up what an effective tax rate is), stop pandering to the lies. #10. If the US corporate tax rate was competitive (ie. lower) corporations wouldn't do this. The same happens when a state with a higher income tax sees citizens move to one with a lower rate. #9. Capital gains are not taxed the same as dividends, maybe do some research. Dividends are taxed lower because as profit (ie. earnings) they are already taxed once at the corporate level. Looks like you forgot to mention that Senior citizens (anyone over 60) are the largest group of citizens dependent on dividends for income, that is why this has not changed and has actually been lowered over time (buying votes). #8. Agreed, that's just nonsense, this shows how corrupt Congress is. #7. While yes, the corporation gets the write-off, the individuals will pay taxes on the capital gains. This money does not just get handed out freely as you infer. #6. Yes, it is absurd Yacht's can be claimed, but there are still restrictions on how much interest can be claimed (both monetary and on only up to 2 homes) and there are habitation restrictions as well. Agreed this is dumb. #5. Agred, end all energy subsidies. Solyndra, A123, wastes of money. Let China do it cheaper and better than America can (as is the case already). #4. "It's not just cheap labor that pushes work overseas. The U.S. tax code allows companies to expense every last cost of sending your job abroad." Wow, thanks for the insight, what a joke you are. There are no tax breaks for shipping jobs overseas, only MUCH cheaper costs vs paying payroll taxes of 20%+ of salary/employee in taxes (Medicare/SS/SUTA/FUTA), not to mention healthcare costs that are rapidly rising. #3. Agreed, this is bullshit. #2. See #10. Maybe more states should follow Delaware's lead to be competitive? Sounds like a lot of whining, especially from the caymen islands. #1. Moving a business to a state willing to work with you, instead of against you is blackmail? Im sure California's higher taxes and pro-union atmosphere had nothing to do with this decision. Typical liberal bullshit, read a book or two Chris, maybe start with the tax code if you're going to pretend to know what you're talking about.