The right course of action is to curb our appetite for ever-greater spending, of course. But given our current state of over-spending, it's the lower end of the income scale that isn't paying it's fair share, not the upper. Until they/we start paying for it, they/we won't have the natural incentive to slow the spending train down. I voted no, btw.
“[Cruz] might not be the most fun to have a drink at the bar with, but America needs a designated driver.” - Mica Mosbacher, wife of the late Robert Mosbacher, Secretary of Commerce