Discussion of our federal tax system tends to revolve around the wealthy people - capitalists argue that rich people are job creators, and therefore deserve the take-home pay they get; others see the rich as greedy people. Let's simplify the tax code. In the process, let's create a system that gives the true job creators a tax break. I say the government should deduct a certain amount of money from taxes for each person hired by a company. Under this system, Cook would receive a huge tax break - which, I would argue, he deserves; Apple employs millions, if not billions of people. Think about it: more jobs means a better economy and could mean more money going into government coffers.