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Comment: Re:Is Grove running for office? (Score 1) 565

by tjl2015 (#32780182) Attached to: Intel Co-Founder Calls For Tax On Offshored Labor
I think we may be going about this the wrong way. We're targeting things at the consumer or corporate board room level. Maybe we need to be looking more fundamental, at the investor level. What if we defined as a '100% American Corporation' as one with all employees located in the US and all the employees of any subsidiaries located in the US. If you employ a single person located o Then we go and say 'any investment made in a 100% American corporation will not have to pay taxes on dividends or capital gains taxes.' Investors are ultimately out to make a buck. If any purely-American company could be invested in tax free, that would be a huge incentive to keep jobs in the US.

"Mach was the greatest intellectual fraud in the last ten years." "What about X?" "I said `intellectual'." ;login, 9/1990

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