Okay, if I say I support working, and tell others to "get a job", but I don't work myself for long periods of time, that would be saying one thing and doing another.
Just like if I say I think the 1% should pay 70% taxes, but I am the 1% and I don't pay 70% taxes at all, that's hypocrisy. You can opt to pay 70% taxes. You don't say one thing and do another. If he wants to pay it, then why isn't he?
"These so-called patriots are not sincere: "If these people want to pay more in taxes," says Rob Port at Say Anything Blog, "there's nothing stopping them." They could simply figure out how much the Bush tax cuts save them "and cut a check to the IRS for that amount." But they won't, because they're not out to be patriotic, they're out to score cheap political points."
He has also claimed many times that he is not a member of the 1%, even though he is. And, and, and..... there's so much hypocrisy and lying surrounding this guy, he should get an award.