Probably, probably, probably . . . you are either not seeing the whole picture, or you don't want to see it.
The wealthiest people get their income from capital gains, which is taxed at 15%. That's less than factory worker pay, so the public services to which you refer are paid by the majority of people, not the wealthiest. Roads are also paid by gasoline taxes, and wealthy people don't pay any more in gasoline taxes that working class or poor people. Wealthy people benefit more from a good infrastructure, because that benefits industry which can practice economies of scale. The wealthy either own the indutry, or derive their capitals gains from it.
The cost of living for wealthy people is much, much lower, proportionally than it is for working class or poor people. The gasoline taxes they pay are an insignificant fraction of a percentage point of their earnings. Fuel costs are a major part of the budget of working class or poor people, either by buying the fue; directly, or by the high cost of public transport. Almost all other taxes other than income tax are regressive taxes--wealthy people pay the same rate on the same items as working class or poor people pay.
If there are 200,000,000 million tax payers in this country (and there are probably more), and 300,000,000+ population, the "one percenters" actually pay a tiny fraction of the taxes which support the infrastructure, from which they benefit more than the lowly commuter.
Far from paying more than most people, in most cases they pay far less, both as a proportion of their income, and as a part of the whole tax income which supports roads, schools and other infrastricture.
Governemnt regulation is not that onerous, and it doesn't take hours and hours of the business owner's time, unless they're wither really stupid, or too cheap to hire a business manager. I was a business manager for small businesses for the last 20 years of my working life. Government requirements were a small proportion of my activities--most of it was spent on managing cash flow and keeping down operating costs, which more than justified what i was paid, because i could help to increase the business while making a major contribution to keeping down costs.
You're drunk on right-wing propaganda. I suspect you really don't understand where the government's money comes from, nor what wealthy people actually have to do to keep and increase their wealth.