You are the one that brought up payroll taxes, not me.Nice try.
1) FICA is a payroll tax, so pretending that that's not what you were talking about by saying you "didn't mention payroll tax" doesn't quite work.
2) FICA is the SS and Medicare tax, which is what I referred to.
3) Since FICA is a payroll tax, it doesn't make sense to call a proposal to expand it to other forms of income a "lifting of the cap." There is no cap as related to Medicare - it's just not what you're trying to do.
There's no need to dance around it, just come out and say that your plan to fix the $89T unfunded liability can be described in all its complexity as "tax the rich."
I pointed out that:
"FICA is also not collected on unearned income, including interest on savings deposits, stock dividends, and capital gains such as profits from the sale of stock or real estate. The proportion of total income which is exempt from FICA as "unearned income" tends to rise with higher income brackets."
Look to the sources in bold for increased revenue.