no, I'm saying you shouldn't take for-granted the services that the government provides you. I'm pretty sure that tax dollars going to bail out the banks and pay for useless wars that were not justified appropriately is not better than spending some money supporting those that want to work, but are unable to due to family issues, mental illnesses, excessive expenses etc.
Privatization of essencial government services (VA, Healthcare, Roads, SS, utilities just to name a few) is not practical, but pretty stupid. It does work in Japan, however...companies will justifiably charge the same amount for per-say expressways, when that, in term is not fair. Japan has a higher minimum wage than the US, the freeways are the highest maintained in the world, and construction of these freeways (many of which are half bridge/tunnel) are of most expensive. If we privatized all freeways in the US per say, you could be paying on average of $1000 on tolls themselves every month.
Privatizing prisons doesn't work, as contracts are unfair, and conditions for inmates are horrible
Privatizing utilities is unrealistic, just look at Bolivia or Detroit
Just because you may not be an inmate, a freeway (or PT commuter for that matter) user, or on social security doesn't mean that you may be prone to have to use it later. I'll respect that you don't want to pay for lazy people...but you have to understand the consequences of changing the system to benefit only certain people in the Upper and Middle class (temporarily) is not logical, and can be unfair. You also can't assume that all of your tax dollars are going to benefit only "lazy fat pieces of shit lazy ass motherf**kers", when most of your tax dollars are spent on more absurd things. Plus, you may be in a situation where you will be on medicare or social security