Originally Posted by Fedaykin
The issue is not where a corporation is incorporated, it's with how and where it does business. There are certainly massive benefits to doing business in the U.S.: Lots of money and disposable income, stable politics, great existing infrastructure (for now).
Access to our great market is what they want, and what they should have to contribute to in order to participate in.
There's a difference between "should have to" and "do"
I might've said this before, but if you decide you don't want an internationally competitive tax rate, you need to start erecting barriers to entry. Free trade is good in that it keeps you competitive. But coupling free trade with a reluctance to be competitive delivers the worst of both worlds. Which creates a lot of our problem.