Weren't business, the economy, and citizens being hurt way more back when there were no tax and therefore no services (roads, police etc) that taxes pay for?
Yes, absolutely. The thread's title is sarcastic.
While I disagree with the conclusions you have drawn from your graphs, I am more interested in hearing about how you disagree with the moral argument against taxation presented here:
I don't really care about moral arguments against taxation because they boil down to semantics. Wether you're paying a government or private security firms, research organizations, road owners, etc. it doesn't make a difference.
"Libertarians don't denounce what the state does, they just object to who's doing it. This is why the people most victimized by the state display the least interest in libertarianism. Those on the receiving end of coercion don't quibble over their coercers' credentials. If you can't pay or don't want to, you don't much care if your deprivation is called larceny or taxation or restitution or rent.
If you like to control your own time, you distinguish employment from enslavement only in degree and duration."
Now that we've covered that, please keep this on topic.