Your statement was not correct, though. Your 'opinion' was that the government does not make money on its own.. which is both literally and metaphorically incorrect. (The United States treasury 'makes' money by ordering to be printed;))
Seriously, though. You don't have to pay taxes. Leave the country if you don't like our government/laws. You do have a choice. However, you choose to live in this country and you choose to use government services. So you should be required to pay.
I only bad reped you, because your statement was incorrect, not because I did not agree with your opinion.
If the treasury prints money, that simply dilutes the value of the funds already out there, doesn't it? I mean, it's no longer backed by gold and silver, so it doesn't have any real value, merely the amount we think it should. If more shows up, then the total value of a single given bill ought to drop, shouldn't it? Isn't that the kind of comparison that's always being used about Pre-Nazi Germany, with the (possibly exaggerated) claims of 'a wheelbarrow of deutschmarks to buy a loaf of bread'?
And something I've seen elsewhere leads me to believe that even if you leave America, you've still got to pay American taxes for several years. I'll try to look into that further.