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I don't think anything in the question was US specific.

Then could you specify what your position is?

Most of their wealth is tied up in unrealized gains on the stock they own in the companies they founded. If they really were taxed at over 100% on those unrealized gains then they would be in a bad place.

I don't think either of those people would have a problem with the government taxing them at 200% of income, which means taxing them $2.