Millionaire A states: "If I really have to change my lifestyle because I'm being overly taxed, then I'm kind of doing something wrong to begin with. . ."
Millionaire B states: "Increasing taxes on the wealthy means punishing the more fortunate and successful people of a society, and more so, violates their free will to independently help individuals who they would like to help . . Punishing success in any field is evil."
A: It would seem that A wasn't born with a silver spoon in his ass.
B: It would seem that B should see a proctologist.
Here's a cheap shot: Is punishing success at being a burglar evil? No? So where then is our arbitrary line to be drawn? Perhaps some reduction should be applied... or maybe defining our terms: the greatest weapon against spin/propaganda. I am looking too deep into this, but there's a point hiding in there somewhere.
I'm ignoring the infantile claim that such a thing as "free will" exists, and specifically in the way it's being used. "Free will"? I dare you to reduce it. Then define it.