I think it's not entirely clear what direction that is, and you might get a stronger response if you clarified it more.
For example, as you noted, you're forced to pay taxes on any gasoline you purchase and you do drive on the roads which the government builds and maintains.
I think that's entirely reasonable; if you're forced to pay for something, you have every right to use it.
But might not someone make the same argument with regards to any other "service" that the government provides?
I think that the first test must be whether what you're getting costs more than what you've been forced to pay. If so, then you would clearly be taking from others, and that must provide a solid "cap" on the level of "service" you obtain.
Below that level, though, you'll find a lot of arguments in a lot of different directions. You made one in support of using the roads, for example.
So, I think the best bet is to clarify what sort of things you think are acceptable, and what sort of things you think are not (either by simply presenting your opinions, or by asking for discussion) and then ask who will adhere to that particular standard.