If you tax the rich they won't work or won't start businesses. What matters with tax is not what the rate is but the cash value it generates. There is something called the laffer curve which demonstrates it. For example if tax is 0% you will bring in no tax. If it is 100% you will bring in no tax, nobody will go out to work to earn nothing. So the real rate is between 0% and 100%. In the 70's the top rate of tax in the UK was 93% the tax received by the government dramatically went down and the best brains in Britain went to the USA and actually formed silicon valley forming todayís vast computer industry which includes Microsoft. At the time Tony Benn who was trade minister went to the USA and begged them to return home. They stayed in the US and thousands of jobs were lost and Britainís trade suffered. The result ? we went bankrupt and had to call in the IMF in 1976.
I am afraid your ideas need more work.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laffer_curve