In response to Sistersledge's comment:
Isn't anybody on the the " Right Side of the Aisle " upset over the fact that American Businesses feel that they don't have to have any allegiance to the country that provided them with a well educated work force , infrastructure , money for R&D, subsidies and a favorable legal system which is and was paid for by the tax payers . It's seems to me that the righties in the other 99% of this country really fell for the PR that the 1 % has been selling .
btw the biggest problem that I see with this country and the world is corruption by ALL POLITICIANS and JUDGES who allowed these Corporations to get away with they treat us.
Who said they don't have any allegiance? Without corporations, we don't have jobs, we don't have an economy.
As far as the "you didn't build that" flavor to your post, it seems to me what I learned is you have the opportunity as an individual, and it is up to you to make it happen. Government, even on its bestdays, doesn't build or do all these things. Taxpayers do.
With the death of Thatcher, it is a reminder to us of some of the other threats, like unions that roll over economies with unrealistic/unattainable demands. But, then again, unions have been the playthings of progressives for a few decades now. For example, Trumpka is a dedicated socialist, and uses YOUR union dues to push for your own demise, into a socialist morass.