If two people both commit tax evasion, but one person earns 100,000 a year and another earns 50,000 a year, should the two people both face the same penalty?
Of COURSE they should receive the same penality ...duh
What if you are assaulted twice? The first time a guy punches you and bloodies your nose. The second guy assaults you and cracks 6 ribs, knocks out 8 teeth, fractures your jaw in 3 places, and breaks you nose? Two assaults same punishment?
They both evaded tax once.
So going 21 mph in a 20 mph school zone should be punished just the same as going 90 mph in a school zone?
It should reflect the amount of taxes evaded, so yes the punishment should be the same, but that doesnt mean the amounts will be.