You and a bunch of other ignant fools said "there is actually a disincentive to go out and look for work" here and all over the internet.
And to that, I say: CITATION NEEDED. Citation needed from some sort of authoritative source, not "the man in the pub" or "a radio talkshow host". You self-interested pieces of shit, show us the numbers that say people don't want to work, or that they're living high on the hog on unemployment, on their $400 a month. Show us the data. And not some Heritage Foundation fiction, show us something that isn't coming from a right-wing sewage tank.
We're waiting. We're waiting for all these mythical welfare queens--after decades of existing only in the lies and fictions of the hard right--to turn into reality at last. Only you look around and what do we have? People who want to work hard but the economy's been fucked so they're fucked too. Well, wait long enough and we're all fucked. The line between any two of us is much thinner than you realize, or maybe you're just scared to admit it.
And while we're waiting, let's talk about this "taxation is theft" crock of shit. Taxation is part of your obligation as SOMEONE LIVING IN SOCIETY. Taxation is a part of the social contract, the ethics of which go back much farther than that thoroughly-debunked pseudo-philosopher Rand you're cribbing this nonsense from.
You don't want taxes? Fine, let's take away all the societal support structures that make your money worth anything. Now you can hoard all the useless piles of metal you want, and your faith in its "intrinsic value" will sustain you until you starve to death.