The libertarian in you wants to limit the freedom of others? I don’t think limiting other people’s freedom is correlates with libertarianism.
I think you meant to say authoritarianism. This term better represents your willingness to dominate and steal other people’s freedom in order to prevent them from doing something that doesn’t fit your beliefs. Are you going to take away cars, guns, and alcohol next because they are strongly correlated with disease, injury, and death?
Moreover, you support a nanny state that protects the citizens from themselves. “I believe that this is bad and for your own good I am support someone taking your freedom away.”
I’m not sure what form of libertarianism you adhere to but please keep it away from me.
The libertarian in you wants to limit the freedom of others?
Looks to me like he said the opposite.
I said I think it SHOULD be legal. ;)
Like Ben, I think it’s a stupid thing to do, but as a libertarian (rather than an authoritarian) I don’t presume to have the authority to control other people’s lives unless their decisions and actions DIRECTLY impact mine.