For the rich, there's the airspace for their jets, the time taken up for their safety by the FAA. There's the taxpayer-funded infrastructure for their yachts, including having the Coast Guard ready to come save them when their yacht's in trouble. There's their houses on the beach, which the taxpayers replace (yes, we do) when a hurricane destroys them. There's the time that they see our senators and representatives face-to-face telling them what they want. There's the fire and police protection for their businesses, the roads where their delivery trucks go.
On top of all that, the very rich normally pay less in taxes percentage-wise as their secretaries do - Warren Buffet said it himself.
You really need to widen your mind, and stop trying to protect the rich - they're not the 'job creators'. We in the middle class are the real job creators, always have been. Think about the big companies out there - how many of them were started by multi-millionaires? Outside the financial sector and perhaps Big Oil, not many. Apple? Started in a garage. So did Microsoft. Goodyear started in a kitchen or some such. The stories of middle-class people making it big are effectively endless.