Look how the "elite" banksters act when it comes to sharing sacrifice in any way. John Paulson, hedge fund manager, might be moving to Puerto Rico from NYC to avoid taxes. Apparently taxes from other people are good enough to provide military and law enforcement to protect people like Paulson, good enough to provide highways, and schools, and hospitals for Paulson. Good enough to provide electricity so that he can lose money on bad trades via his computers, but still not deserving of Paulson's money.
Now let's see which members in the media, business, and politics that wear flag lapel pins will criticize this move and demand immediate action. Which pension funds will immediately sever all ties to Paulson because which Americans would want public servants to help fund this nonsense for one more day?
They have billions, they make billions even when they are unable to beat market indexes, and yet sharing any sort of burden is unfathomable to them. And yet they demand people that can't find jobs or struggle to find enough part-time jobs to make ends meet and stay alive sacrifice more, more, more.
Read it. Because we don't have this option and even if we did, leaving New York or any other of the States never crossed our minds for tax purposes. Now let's see who will do something about this in power. Who will step up and look out for us and put an end to this. "Best and brightest" and "job creators" - never have these words meant so little. We're told to sacrifice endlessly and the burden on us increases as it decreases on them, but enough is enough.