You're right. If you don't want to benefit from a stable country and infrastructures, just move to an island in the Pacific. That's in fact the contract and it's about living together (yes, with others, less educated, less wealthy, who clean your street and wash your car).
Your parents choose that for you when you were born. If you want to continue living in the US, you have to pay to stay in this country. This cost is decided by everyone in the country i.e. through democratic elections (even if how democratic they are can be debated, but the US isn't the worst country for that.). You may choose to move to another country where country costs are lower but live is much less attractive (like in east africa). I'm sure they'll like to see someone rich there -- though you may get attacked by a random guy or find yourself in the middle of a war.
All countries in the world do that (except those which artificially live from natural non-infinite resources), and the US is actually in a pretty good situation. Get your head out of your a.. and start figuring out how the world works.
All that said, the taxes arrive as an arbitrary measure that you may feel you have little power to fight against them. Talk to people in Europe where the EU committee deciding EU-wide rules are very indirectly elected. Democracy and decisions could be much better explained and transparency is key if you want to avoid everybody having the feeling of being "robbed".
So you think the system is broken, fight for transparency. But stop pushing that stupid argument of "I'm not using it, I don't want to pay for it !" even if social stability seems to be beyond your understanding.