Oh I definitely lean to the right, the traditional right whose values where far more connected to the current libertarian ideals. But is that really a concern, we are talking about the economic system not my views on how society should behave.
And once again i am confused by your statements (you might like to keep them simple but please give me enough information so I know what you are talking about.
Your first statement is right the government does run on money (how much is the real question)
Once again yes government money comes from either taxes, treasury stock, or the printing of more money (the second two have major inflationary issues so let's ignore them)
Your third statement is the only one I have an issue with. Your logic indicates that you believe the real solution to our financial difficulties is to take money out of individuals hands and send it to the government. Know here is where the economics of that concept fall apart. Each and every dollar you remove from the free market to pay taxes is lost capital. The less capital that can be invested in our capitalist system the lower our GDP will be thus fewer structural jobs and thus less tax revenue in the future. Causing a downward spiral of deflation that would collapse our entire system and cause an untold amount of misery. (doomsday scenario I know)
To truly elliminate our debt we must first eliminate the primary causes of said debt while allowing the free market to perform with the bare minimum of government regulation. The elimination of all non constitutionally stated federal responsibilities and their respective programs and agencies would result in massive surpluses we could use to pay down deficit, all the while individual capital has been left in the system allowing profit and growth to occur, thus more jobs and more tax revenue.
And trust me I'm a dual finance and econ major, all I do is follow the money