You want the tax to increase from 15% of GDP to 23%. That is a 1.2 TRILLION dollar tax increase. That is 4,000 dollars per person. Let's be honest, that will fall upon the top 25%. That's 16,000 for everyone in the top 25%. For individuals making 200k, that's a tax increase of 24.24%. How about we cut the spending instead and buy what we can afford? You know, like a household budget.
A person making $200,000 can afford to pay a 30% marginal rate. That would mean a tax bill of 30,000 on the second 100,000 and 16,000 on the first 100,000 for a total bill of 46,000. Put in state and local plus payroll and they pay 60,000 in taxes leaving 140,000. Sounds like enough to me.