You vote in (D) who support them or ignore them (tacit support).Yea, see, I brought up drug laws because I know you know I don't support them. We've had that conversation before.
Something you're not ready and willing to regulate?And I couldn't give a flying f*** about soda size and think it's ridiculous to regulate.
Or more likely a temporary restraint to make a point? I highly doubt you're actually against such types of regulation unless it effects you personally.
Provide "freedom", i.e. free stuff, for some, at the cost of freedom from others against their will. Pretty much the definition of liberal collectivist welfare. Goes hand in hand with the liberal definitions of "fairness" and "opportunity", both of which boil down to "wealth redistribution/equalization by State Power".I do think Universal healthcare yields more freedom, though - freer movement of labor and it costs less, keeps more money in your pocket to buy weed and big gulp cola.
You stand and defend what you love, I'll stand for what I do.And yea, every instance of a greater degree of socialism than the current status quo in America leads to Stalinism. Foolproof argument.
I stand against ideals of collectivism enforced by the state against the will of the individual, and against where such ideals inevitably lead. when controlled by actual human beings in the real world.
There are no Libertarian Stalins, but there is no shortage of collectivist/socialist/communist Stalins-types.