It’s a perfect example (I’m biased and took the Later Gator more than twice). Binge drinking = college (not a moral or medical issue IMO) Chugging wine at 9am before work = alcoholism (medical issue / mental health problem, but not a moral one) Driving Drunk = moral issue. Get an Uber or drink on your couch by yourself. So let’s go back to the question, would @LouisvilleGator pay a penny in tax to keep a drunk driver from killing a kid by having a government funded program for $5 Uber rides? Don’t need to assume 14 kids. Just one kid and one penny. Clearly a moral failure on the drunk driver’s part. Outcome is known. Would you pay a penny in tax to prevent that situation? It’s easier to wrap your head around alcohol since it doesn’t have the stigma of heroin. Do you “support” the drunk by getting him an Uber so he can do the same thing tomorrow? Do you let the kid live or keep your crazy moral high ground about not enabling drunks who are so far gone they get behind the wheel? Do you decline the penny in tax, let the kid die and punish the alcoholic with a lengthy prison sentence?