My kids are always trying to determine my favorite color. That's a difficult task since I point out that I find blue a rather nice color for the sky and green a good color for plants, but if it was instead a green sky and blue plants I would find that ugly. Nonetheless, they persevere, and through a series of questions about whether I'd rather paint a given wall Color A or Color B, they've determined, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that my favorite color is blue and that I definitely find pink ugly (at least when considering painting walls).
It's true. I do find pink ugly. I don't know why and there's probably no rational reason for it. And even if you could prove to me that pink was objectively a great color, that if I painted my walls pink the world would be a better place, that I'd be healthier with pink walls, etc., I'd still rebel against having my walls painted pink.
To me, government is ugly.
Unlike pink, for which I can give no rational reasons why I find it ugly, I can spew forth many supposedly objective reasons why I find government ugly: the corruption, the lies of politicians, the inefficiency, the waste, etc., etc., etc.
Yet even if you could prove to me with certainty that all of my reasons for finding government ugly are wrong, I would still find government ugly. Even if you could prove that government is perfect, that it can solve all of our problems, that an ever bigger government makes the world an ever better place, I would still find government ugly and I'd still want to shrink government as much as possible.
It's part of my nature.
Just like I inherently find pink ugly, I inherently find government ugly.
Which means that my supposedly objective reasons for government being ugly are not objective at all. Or perhaps at least some of the facts are objective, but my specific collection of those facts and reasons only exists because I'm just a matched filter designed to specifically collect facts and reasons to match my inherent subjective preferences.
My collection of facts and reasons therefore shouldn't convince anybody else of anything. If you share my view that government is ugly, then you'll probably find my collection of reasons appealing. If you inherently think government is beautiful, you won't be convinced by my arguments and there's no reason that you should be. My arguments are incomplete and just happen to match what I like and dislike.
So there's not much to debate. You won't somehow convince me that government is not ugly and I shouldn't be able to convince you that government is ugly if you don't already believe that.