I voted for:
The basic economic logic of a tax code is pretty simple. Ideally, we want to tax things that we want people to do less of, and reduce taxes on things we want people to do more of. I'm not talking about hundreds of itemized deductions for various good deeds in the tax code...that's a horrible system. But I think this logic should apply more to the things we tax in the first place. Corporate taxes and sales taxes are especially bad, because they reduce demand even more during a recession in which we have a severe lack of demand. I'm much more receptive to income taxes and land/wealth taxes, because they don't really discourage positive behaviors (at least not to the same extent as corporate and sales taxes do). I also think we need to increase the gasoline tax fairly substantially.Collect necesssary revenue in such a way as to incentivize positive behaviors
And beyond that, we should primarily be taxing the people from whom the government can generate the most revenue for the least harm (i.e. the wealthy).