Arrington states that Buffet's true motive is to keep others from getting rich. He don't like the "New Money". Otherwise he would've proposed a different tax which would hit him harder.Therefore it must be to prevent other people from getting rich. Does Buffet worry that he won't get a good parking spot at the country club? The man volunteers to pay more taxes and yet he says "no thanks, we don't think your motives are pure enough". There's nothing to state that Buffet is against a wealth tax. He simply refuted the current narrative that taxing the
What's more fair a wealth tax or increased taxes on dividends and capital gains? I don't know. But just because you disagree doesn't give you the right to fabricate a motive.