Lets call it what it is. Liberals like you want to steal money from those who work and give it to those who don't and call it charity. Its not charity its theft, pure and simple. That's why they call you names because you are a thief.
Let's call it what it is. Neocons like you want to steal money from those who have to work just to get by and give it to people who could retire today and live comfortably drinking Mai Tais on the beach for the rest of their lives, and call it trickle-down. It's not trickle-down. It's theft, pure and simple. That's why they call you names—because you are a thief.
The reality is that the rich pay more in taxes because they gain the most from those social services. You might think that the poor benefit most, but that's just not true. The rich don't pay taxes to support the poor. The rich pay taxes to protect themselves from having to defend themselves from the poor. The rich are able to have their affluent lifestyles because we have a functioning society—because the poor are not marching in the streets with automatic weapons, calling for their heads. The only thing separating the rich from a horrible death is that civilization. Therefore, the rich benefit most from a stable society and from all the programs that keep that society stable, hence it is their duty to pay more.
Moreover, the Bible teaches that all should give according to their means. This means in a government based on Christian principles, the rich should give more than the poor. This is why I find it particularly hypocritical to see self-proclaimed "Christians" running on the Republican ticket, when that party's economic policies are precisely the opposite of what the Bible teaches. These folks might wrap themselves in the Bible to get votes, but most are no more Christian than any other sociopaths grasping at straws to bolster their power.
Finally, I would add that the entire reason for many of the social programs is that the rich have been massively underpaying their workers for decades. In a sane society, minimum wage would be enough for an individual to afford to keep a roof over his or her head, buy food, and pay for healthcare. If you can't live on your wages, your employer is screwing you. Right now, the U.S. minimum wage should be at least $20 per hour (and $25–30 in big cities). After taxes, that barely covers a basic apartment, food, and the cheapest health insurance you can buy. Instead, it is a comically useless $7.25 per hour. That's simply not a living wage unless you live with your parents, own your own home (from a previous job that paid better), or have some other source of income. Thus, in a very direct way, the rich benefit from welfare programs by being able to get away with paying workers wages that in a society lacking those programs would likely result in a worker revolt and aristocrats' heads stuck on pikes outside the factory to serve as an example to others.
So don't give me that bulls**t about liberal policies being theft. They aren't. Theft is expecting people to work for 40 hours per week without giving them enough money to buy groceries and clothing for their kids. Liberal policies are just forcing the rich to cough up a tiny fraction of their fair share.