I have a hard time putting percentages of how I would delegate taxation. Flat tax ideas concern me. The last(not even last to be honest, it is something I don't even consider to be honest) thing I think is good would be to make it the same tax rate that a millionaire would be under that a family in poverty would be under. Progressive taxation seems to be the only realistic manner in my opinion. Theoretically a persons' contribution to society increases as more income comes. Makes at least 'sense' to me. The best I can say is until Citizens United is over ruled, I have to say I wouldn't change the way it is. It is one thing to say that corporations aren't people when they either have low taxation/no taxation(I am not arguing that the tax rate for wealthy corporations/wealthy in general is too high or too low. I am not arguing that point with this point). Taxation to me is the real concrete of democracy. Our military protects us from foreign oppression(and may I say our vets and men and women currently in active service do/have done a damn good job). Taxation finances democratic realities that we deal with/enjoy/take for granted every day. So if we as a country(due to the Supreme Court decision) going to allow unlimited spending from corporations and unions in regards on political issues than there is no real reason to cry out for taxation reform.