No. But people who don't pay taxes generally don't complain about them. See how that's relevant? On the whole, if you deported everyone who complained about paying taxes for infrastructure, you will reduce the number of people paying those taxes, but not reduce the number of people not paying them. At the risk of tossing some basic math theory at you, that means that the ratio of folks paying to folks benefiting will shrink, thus requiring either that more of the people left over start paying more in taxes *or* not having as much money for infrastructure relative to the people using it.
True if the set of people who paid most of the taxes complained about it. In reality, it's a very small fraction of whiny ******* who complain about paying taxes (while using all the services, naturally). Most people with high tax loads understand it's an exchange. I pay more taxes than you, for instance. Likely orders of magnitude more, yet I accept the exchange for roads, police, fire services, etc. Someone who pays no taxes bothers me as much my neighbor benefiting from the shade of a tree I own. I'd assume you morons run out and demand he grow his own tree or compensate you.
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