>if you support someone's right to do something, you support the act itself
The most frustrating fallacy in politics today.
I don't approve of an unhealthy diet, but I won't slap the cheeseburger out of your hand.
I don't approve of drug abuse, but I won't pull the needle out of your arm.
I don't approve of people of the same sex marrying, but I won't pull the ring off your finger.
What is so hard to understand?
>you are entitled to buy my shit
>LOL U SUPPORT POSITIVE RIGHTS
If you're going to argue on our terms (that a store is a piece of private property owned by a person) then why is it controversial to deny someone a service or transaction? Why is one man entitled to help another when there are plenty of alternatives to achieving "basic living standards"? At its core, it's legally enforced Samaritan behavior.
>You see, you adhere to a very vulgar distinction between social issues and economic issues, completely ignoring that these two are interconnected.
Only by separating these can long-term, peaceful coexistence be possible.