What i was getting at is that the video you posted does exactly that.I felt the video was merely illustrative of that statement, not ignorant of it. Study stats for a while and you realise you can basically plug in a formula to get the number you want if you don't get it the first time. Statistics are useful, and some people don't understand them, but if you're deliberately using that ignorance to make your stats look a certain way, then you're a liar.
I mean 0.000001% of 1 000 000 000 000 000 is 1 000 000 000, while 10% of 100 000 is 10 000. Yet i doubt that anyone would argue that the person paying 0.000001% is shouldering a bigger tax burden.