So what you're complaining about is government intervention, not capitalism. Which makes you a conservative, or maybe a libertarian.
Unfortunately, those labels are functionally useless. The party that is supported by a majority of "conservatives" is not actually anti-government intervention at all; they are, in general, huge fans of the military industrial complex and are wholly in favor of legislating morality (see all of the recent hubbub about bathroom laws that should've never been an issue in the first place). The capital-L "Libertarian" party is fundamentally against government on principle and opposes any sort of government regulation of private industry; that seems nice until you realize that if it was up to them, we'd all still be using leaded gasoline, there'd be just a single massive monopoly that rules telecommunications, and you could be fired for joining a union.
I can't speak for the original poster, but I suspect he's not against all government intervention, just the government spending his tax money on things he doesn't like. I'll bet he's all in favor of the government subsidizing higher education, breaking up monopolies, protecting individuals from corporate abuse, and improving road infrastructure.