Would you still oppose taxation, even if you knew your money was helping people?
Libertarians oppose taxation on two grounds. First, they say taxation is coercion, or “theft,” and it is therefore immoral. Second, it’s inefficient for the government to redistribute money from some people to others, and it’s ultimately bad economics. Libertarians say, “Individuals know best how to spend their money.” What if I could guarantee you that redistribution is good economics, and that it’s the best way to maximize a country’s median income, overall wealth and average life expectancy. If you believed that redistribution was practical and ideal for a society’s material well-being, would you still oppose it because you think taxation is theft?
Article from r/Libertarian: For a Free Society