As far as the socialism vs "free market" at the national level argument, I think that's a bit of a generalization. Read up on various African nations history in the last 60 years and your opinion may become a bit more nuanced.
Your goal of disenfranchising those you disagree with is just disturbing though. Not that the "non-taxpayers" statement even makes a whole lot of sense as a standalone statement without way more qualifications and context being added. By some interpretations of that statement we would disenfranchise entire states (e.g. Alabama) since its citizens, in aggregate, contribute a negative amount to the national fiscal bottom line.