No. Just no. You see, I don't care if someone else has intolerant thoughts or opinions, and neither should you; after all, who the hell am I (and who the hell are you) to judge what's in someone's head, when only they know how it got there? So let them vocalize, let them write, let them scream. You don't have to listen to it and you don't have to read it. We have laws for a reason and, if someone's intolerance reaches a level that causes them to violate one or more of those laws, well, that's what the laws are there for. Likewise, there is a reason we don't have laws against holding certain thoughts and opinions, and why free speech is not only not deemed illegal, but an integral part of the US Constitution. If you live elsewhere, of course, that does not apply, but you should still be able to see my point.
And no, you've got that logically backwards: saying it's hypocritical not to eat people just because you eat potatoes is like saying it's hypocritical not to tolerate murder just because you tolerate speeding. Intolerance is a negative, tolerance is a positive; take (and pass) a logic 101 course and you'll learn why that matters.