I am, in fact, in favor of what some people claim to be a new thought of eliminating the possibility of being a billionaire, I have to say. Strongly in favor.
For anyone who knows me, this will come as no surprise.
If you're worth 999 million dollars---isn't that enough?
What could you possibly want that isn't attainable for you at that level of wealth?
Jeff Bezos of Amazon, et. al, is worth an estimated $130.7 billion dollars.
Not only that, but he had to be recently publicly shamed into giving his employees a raise up to a whopping $15 per hour. And even then, he took some away from their benefits plan. That is some chutzpah.
That is insane.
And immoral. Just obscene.
There are people, not just in your own nation but across the planet that are hungry, indeed, starving, literally, homeless and a lot more--but you need, somehow, a billion dollars? And/or more?
Besides the poor of the nation and world, we should all keep in mind, as has been said elsewhere, many times, that when the US was collecting 90% and 70% taxes of the uber-wealthy, we were a far stronger nation, we built a national highway system and went to the moon, among all else.
So yeah, let's do this.