QuoteOriginally posted by: mdubuqueNow if your "Mary" wants to ban the sale of the morning-after pill, explain to me how she is not "left-wing" under your definition.It's pretty clear that nobody has a "preference" for the morning-after pill. Otherwise, they would eat it every day. People only use it when they expect to deny someone else the opportunity to live. In other words, it interferes with someone else's preference, and in a situation where they are morally and, often, legally obligated to pursue their preference.I could also have a "preference" for eating human flesh, or for having slave girls dance. But if the community develops a moral code which prohibits this, then I will have to start my own community.Left-wing people wish to deny the community the opportunity to develop these morals norms, and to instead impose their own views, usually through the courts.There have been laws restricting abortion, created by elected legislators, or otherwise reflecting the desires of the community. Rather than putting an initiative to repeal them on the ballot, left-wing people leave it up to five judges.Interference is the name of the game for left-wing people, whether in preventing the natural accumulation of wealth, the natural evolution of morals, or the natural chemical reactions which take place on the surface of a planet.Problem is, they go beyond their own proper domain, and need to change the domain specifically to impose their preferences. Specifically, they wish to expand their domain, and contract the domain of others.