Do you realize that your ideas of "right" and "fair" are quite different than most everybody else's? That your way of thinking is the outlier here?
Do you realize that you are attempting to use a logical fallacy of argument?
Let me make a couple of points beyond that:
First, I'm not sure I am in the minority, except maybe on here, and that may depend entirely upon who decides to respond, so you can't even accurately assess that. There are plenty of people who believe the rich should be paying more. In fact, I would suggest those people may well outnumber those who think the wealthy are already paying enough.
Second, even if I am in the minority or an "outlier" as you seem to want to label me, that means nothing as far as any debate on the topic goes. As I said, it's a logical fallacy in argument. How many people agree with your position doesn't support the validity of the argument itself.
Ah Bis, so many holes in your theories, so little time.....
There are no holes, but I'm sure that won't stop you from doing everything you can in an attempt to manufacture one.
A bit of advice: Try to refrain from making assumptions when you do that, because it will lead you to incorrect conclusions you will mistake for "holes in your theories", and you will subsequently waste a lot of time attacking those "holes" which are just your own misconceptions only to have me tell you as much when I respond.