So, I have heard from people I know in my non internet life, as well as people on this website, that taxes should be voluntary only. And if you don't want to pay tax, you should not have to. Great. However, should those who not pay taxes be refused on public roads, airports, and seaports and denied care at any hospital that gets public funding? Should their be a database that allows police to remove these people from public property and a database that tells 911 dispatch to refuse them service? Now I am aware that lots of towns have privately funded Fire Departments, but in big cities, the city more often than not runs the fire department. So, And should that extent to rescue services as well? The non tax payer could just wait for a true American private company to come recuse him/her? These do not reflect my actual opinions, its just a question. Do you think that people who would refuse to pay taxes should be denied publicly funded anything? This means police protection, fire protection in big cities, rescue via FEMA or the coast guard or national guard, being able to drive on publicly funded roads? Or being allowed inside properties that are typically subsided by taxes? Like State University or Stadiums? As far as I can tell, from a Libertarian viewpoint, those who don't pay dont get to play. So this system would seem fairest.