Regardless of your personal opinion "regardless how how poorly it was presented in the first place"
we do need to get back on topic. Unfortunately, your post is also off-topic. Accordingly, I'll repost the OP:
"As the national debt in the US approaches $16,400,000,000,000 - we approach the 2012 election season - with the talk of fairness and 1% vs 99% in the air - I realized a solution is at hand when combining all of these ingredients.
The national debt of $16.4 Trillion divided by (approx) 35,000 people (the top 1%) approximates $469 million per person. Accordingly, why not extend a one time offer to these people to "pay their fair share"? Specifically, with a one time payment of $500 million (from personal funds) they would no longer be responsible for any future tax obligations.
The Government in turn would commit to a balanced budget moving forward. Does this sound fair?"