So let's let you have it your way. No more social safety net:
No more health care for children whose parent's can't afford health care for them.
No more food stamps for those who can't afford enough food to feed their families.
No more vocational rehab for the disabled so they can find work.
No more unemployment insurance to provide a cushion when somebody gets laid off.
No more free meals for poor kids at school.
No more access to health care for the poor - heck, no more automatic access to care in the emergency room, either.
No more rent assistance - if a family can't afford the rent, they're on the street and good riddance!
No more taxpayer-funded job search assistance - if you can't find a job, tough luck.
No more taxpayer-funded job training - if you can't afford to pay for the training, tough luck.
No more taxpayer-funded assistance for the disabled - if they can't afford a wheelchair, they can crawl!
No more taxpayer-funded access to nursing homes - if they can't afford the nursing home, out on the street they go!
No more taxpayer-funded vaccinations - if you catch measles, tough luck - just die quickly so you don't spread it to others.
Shall I go on?
There was a commercial for Quaker State (or was it Pennzoil) back in the 1970's. In the commercial, the mechanic points out what happens when someone doesn't get their oil changed regularly, and shows the cost of oil changes as compared to what happens without those oil changes. The famous quote from that commercial was, "You can pay me now, or you can pay me later."
And so it goes with the social safety net - you can pay for it now...or you can pay for what happens because it's not there. But either way, you will pay.