That rant will win you Atlas Points, no doubt, professor, but it is not up to your usual standards of scholarship and inquiry. Like Ayn Rand, I also accept benefit payments - social security now; unemployment when I am unemployed - and, like hundreds of millions of American Objectivists, libertarians, and conservatives, I also attended public schools, kindergarten through university. However, as Ayn Rand counseled, I vote against those policies and against the politicians who propose and support them. In Rand's words, only those who are opposed to the payments are entitled to them. It seems hypocritical, I know, but there is no arguing with Ayn Rand.
I cannot be so special that no one else shares my viewpoint. When I lived in Lansing, I knew self-styled libertarians who worked for the state government. Their argument was quite simple: (1) Who else would you want holding this job: me, or a real statist? And (2) It was my career until the government supplanted it with their regulations; so, I, too, am a prisoner of the system.
Again, you can charge us all with hypocricy... as long as you do not benefit from the public streets, the post office, the city parks, the county fair grounds, the intercoastal waterways ... Would a real libertarian even use Federal Reserve Notes and coins when free market alternatives exist?
Eventually, perhaps 100% of Americans will be within the government payment system. I warrant that the majority will still be against it.
I know that you are well versed in American history. Is it not true that one of the arguments of the British Crown against the colonists was that "we" (the Crown) are protecting you against the French and Indians? The colonists accepted the protection, but were actually proposing a different discussion entirely.