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

Here is a list of companies that have already relocated. 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. A Accenture Adaptec Adobe Systems AMD Aetna Agere Systems Agilent Tech. AIG Alamo Rent A Car Albertson's Alliance Semiconductor Allstate Alpha Thought Global American Express American Standard Amphenol Corp. Andrew Corp. AOL Applied Materials AT&T AT&T Wireless A.T. Kearney Avery Dennison B Bank of America Bank One Bechtel Best Buy Black & Decker BMC Software Boeing C Capital One Carrier Cendant Cerner Corporation Charles Schwab ChevronTexaco Ciena Cigna Circuit City, Inc. Cisco Systems Citigroup Coca-Cola Comcast Holdings Computer Associates Computer Sciences Corporation Continental Airlines Convergys Cooper Tire & Rubber Cooper Tools COVAD Comm. CSX Cummins D Dell Computer Delta Air Lines Direct TV Discover Document Sciences Corp. DuPont E Earthlink Eastman Kodak EDS Electroglas Electronic for Imaging Eli Lilly EMC Emerson Electric Ernst & Young Expedia ExxonMobil F Fedders Corporation Fidelity Investments First American Title Ins. Fluor Ford Motor Franklin Mint G Gateway General Electric GlobespanVirata Goldman Sachs Goodrich Google Greenpoint Mortgage Guardian Life Insurance H The Hartford Financial Services Group HealthAxis Hewitt Associates Hewlett-Packard HSN I IBM IndyMac Bancorp Intel Intl. Paper Intuit ITT Educational Services J Jacuzzi JDS Uniphase Johnson & Johnson JPMorgan Chase Juniper Networks K KANA Software Kaiser Permanente Keane KLA-Tencor L Lehman Brothers Levi Strauss Lexmark International Lifescan Lillian Vernon Linksys Lockheed Martin Lowe's Lucent M Marshall Fields Mattel Maytag McDATA Corporation Mellon Bank Merrill Lynch Metasolv MetLife Microsoft Monsanto Morgan Stanley Motorola N Nabco National City Corporation NCR Corporation Network Associates Newell Rubbermaid New York Life Insurance Co. Northwest Airlines O Office Depot Oracle Otis Elevator Co. P palmOne Parker-Hannifin Parsons E&C Pearson Digital Learning Pericom Semiconductor Perot Systems Pfizer Planar Systems Portal Software Pratt & Whitney Primus Telecom Procter & Gamble Providian Financial Prudential Insurance Q Qwest Comm. R Rainbow Technologies Raytheon Aircraft Regence Group Rohm & Haas RR Donnelley & Sons S SAIC SBC Comm. SEI Investments Siebel Systems Sikorsky Solectron Sprint Sprint PCS State Farm Insurance StorageTek SunTrust Banks SurePrep The Sutherland Group Sykes Enterprises T Target Tecumseh Telcordia Texas Inst. Thrivent Financial for Lutherans Time Warner Triquint Semiconductor TRW Automotive Tyco Electronics Tyco Intl. U Unisys United Online United Tech. V VA Software Veritas Verizon W Wachovia Bank Washington Group Intl. Washington Mutual Y Yahoo! Halliburton just decided to move to dubai and layed off 4000 workers in Houston.

Asked By: MowYourOwnLawn - 1/20/2009
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I'm not really a specialist in this area at all, but I get the impression a lot of the issues that we are all experiencing now are because of fraud in the American investment scene... More
Answered By: Mia W. Uman - 1/20/2009
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darn those republicans - how dare they not want to support the lazy 3 generation welfare recipients!
Answered By: Marysia - 1/20/2009
1. We could have done without that list... More
Answered By: Christian Crusader - 1/20/2009
where do you get your info? albertsons is still here they deliver my groceries every week to my home. verizon is still around i have them. so is bank of america, target, sprint. a bunch you listed are still here.
Answered By: ello! - 1/20/2009
Most of these companies moved some of their operations overseas under the Bush administration before Obama became elected. Some on the list still have offices here in the US and have a US presence. This was not a result of who was elected president.
Answered By: Angie J - 1/20/2009
Like nobody moved overseas during Bush's terms with all the tax cuts. They took the tax cuts and got the tax breaks and still moved their companies overseas. It ain't the taxes, it's the payroll.
Answered By: Herb - 1/20/2009
The blind will never see..... but take they will continue, till it runs out!
Answered By: NO BO!! - 1/20/2009
I am confused. Aren't we supposed to hate corporations? Isn't it good that the bad guys are leaving? We will be happier and proud we got our way. We won!
Answered By: GABY - 1/20/2009
Even my husband's company(pretty well known) was preparing what to do the day Obama was nominated... How scary is that.. Layoff threats began the following week.. Now he has to work nights and weekends to stay under the radar. that is an extra 15-20 hrs a week plus the 50 he already works m-f. Of course he is... More
Answered By: kik - 1/20/2009
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