The fact is that, whenever you go to bottom of the rabbit-hole with groups like Black Lives Matter, Occupy Wall Street, the Bernie Sanders crowd, etc, and ask these assholes how they're going to implement their agenda, they always have to confess that it will only be obtained through coercion, force, the threat of violence, and violence itself via the full force of the State.
I refer, of course, to the passage of laws after politicians who agree with them are democratically elected. HOW TERRIBLE!! I mean, if you're a oligarchy worshipping stooge like I am, you've seriously got to despise the fact that people can vote for representatives who might pass laws that could increase taxes on rich people. It's outrageous!
But relax, it's for our own good, they say. But is paying slightly more in taxes (so that ALL of the citizens of the United States do better) "good"? Some might say that when we all do better that is in the best interest of rich folks as well. And, if I was to be completely honest, I'd have to admit that these people are probably right.
On the other hand, stealing from wealthy Makers in order that we might all do better is a prospect I find highly offensive. Rich people can NEVER have enough money, IMO. And, if increasing the wealth of those who are already unbelievably wealthy necessitates the destruction of the Middle Class? Then I say it would absolutely be worth it.
Because if a rich person doesn't want to pay? He shouldn't have to. That's the bottom line here. Also, the State enforcing laws? Even more outrageous. At least when it comes to rich folks. Paying taxes is for poor people, IMO. Rich people shouldn't have to pay them. Unless (for some strange reason) they want to. I'm OK with the State asking "please", but not with the State using force. Obviously that's wrong (when it's a rich person. But not when it's a poor person).