Could you actually do it?
I mean Google, Apple and Starbucks have all said pretty much that they're going to dodge every tax they can, play states off against one another, and dont want to bankroll anything if they can help it, none of this surprises me, that some of the politicians really believed that if they worked out generously low tax regimes for these global giants during good times that they'd pay their share during hard times seems wonderfully naive if it can be believed at all.
The discussion which Ed Milliband was trying to open up in response to Google's execs saying it was "just capitalism", that what's needed instead of this mindset was a Just Capitalism (see what he did there? One meaning of "just" being "simply is" and another just related to justice or at least not unjust or injust) is bogus and tired.
However, if you decide that personally you're not interested in giving any business to companies or execs who have views like this is it even possible to do so? Does your choices as a consumer, potential employee etc. really stack up or worry any of these sorts of firms at all? They arent worried about the political elites that's for sure, they arent worried about election results, so could they be worried about anything else?
Is the world just slouching slowly towards the sort of capitalist dictatorship which Rand dreamt of?