Many people don't understand that those tax "loopholes" are attempts to get corporations to DO something the government wants; similar to the tax breaks on cars many people took advantage of following 2009 and the tax breaks people are still getting on Tesla's.
I read a report on a study that showed the tax inversion companies are doing better financially than those left in the U.S. Until the U.S. starts supporting our corporations and businesses and stops being hostile to them, I am buying shares in tax inversion companies. Those companies are doing the right thing for their shareholders.
This is the problem with throwing money at problems instead of doing the hard work of analyzing and tightening all decisions and practices. Government just isn't very good at doing things. We need the government to handle the military for obvious reasons. Other than that, there is very little that benefits the country by having government involved. The Post Office compared to Fedex and UPS is a clichéd example, but Social Security (where the Trust Fund was raided under Clinton) and Medicare, which is one and one half years behind in simply posting received information (can you imagine Fidelity telling you information 1-1/2 years old is not online yet,) would be handled with such superior results by the private sector.
The Canadians did something akin to what President Bush wanted with their Social Security and it is IN THE BLACK. There are no fears or warnings that Canadian Social Security is running out of money.