I knew you would make that argument, people always do. But it's deceptive. You don't have a choice to buy most things in life. You cannot live in most places without a car, a phone, clothing, food, shelter, etc. You might have a couple different companies to choose from, but they'll all converge on a similar pricing model, because they're all trying to maximize profit in the same environment.
So what are you gonna do? Live off the grid? That's not a choice for the vast majority of people. If even 0.1% of people tried it, there would be a mass die-off. The world wasn't able to support more than a few million people before modern society, and it hasn't gotten any better. So what are the other 7,140,000,000 people going to do?
There are never multiple governments competing for the taxpayer's money, on any basis.
Are you fucking kidding me? Nearly every country in the world competes for taxpayer's money. Everyone is constantly offering tax breaks to this company or that, trying to get them to come build factories. Companies headquarter themselves in a PO box in a low tax nation. Millionaires constantly threaten to move, and occasionally do, in response to income taxes. Even regular people move out of high tax states like Massachusetts and California.
Seriously, you can argue opposing points if you wish, but don't just go making shit up.