We could envision an imaginary day-in-the-life of the working poor who pay no income tax because of low income, but still pay a significant amount is federal payroll taxes, along with excise taxes in fuel along with a couple of bad habits with alcohol and tobacco consumption. In fact, because the salary is so low, those taxes have a much greater impact as a share of salary. That's just too depressing. So let's imagine an average life of one of the Producers who never take advantage of the federal government except when they do. Unfortunately, even though they pay income tax, payroll taxes, etc. they are also getting the benefit of the federal taxes paid by the poor. If only government would just get off our backs, we'd be so much better off!
The Producer drives on an interstate highway and eats food and enjoys other consumer goods transported on those highways (paid in part by the taxes of the working poor who can't afford quite as much food or other goods - or cars).
Neither Producers nor moochers have to fulfill treaty obligations with the Native American Tribes or pay the Tribes for living on what used to be their land.
Producers and moochers can both be the victim of a federal crime. The FBI comes to the assistance of both for investigation and then can turn it over to a federal prosecutor to present the case before a federal judge. Producers sue and are sued more frequently in federal courts than the moochers who find it harder to pay for attorneys and all.