Yep, differing expectations, due to differing interpretations.<quoted text>
...And typically, you try to state that those who object to unreasonable tax rates to fund failing programs object to ALL taxes - nope, sorry - none on the Right object to taxes to support those functions the government is expected to perform. Can't even call that a "nice try" on your part as it has been refuted so many times.
Now let's see, can you actually refute an interpretation, or can you only disagree with it. Course by declaring that you have refuted the interpretation of another sounds so much more powerful, so much more convincing, then simply saying I disagree with your interpretation.
Only a hyperventilating ideologues declares their interpretation irrefutable.