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This memorandum is not intended to, and does not, mean anything at all.
This memorandum shall be published to give people warm fuzzy feelings.
I do agree that she should live her life and make her mistakes, but where I differ is this: if she can make fewer mistakes, she'll be the better for it.
In my estimation, the worst sin in life is believing you have a monopoly on the truth.
Compare that with Net Neutrality. I completely support Net Neutrality, as does almost every other Republican I know that is younger and/or understands the internet. The only ones really against it are the old guys who don't even understand it but simply say "Regulation is bad, mmmkay."
Contrasting anecdote: The younger Republicans that I know IRL and who have opinions on NN do not fit your description. They're posting "Government Control of the Internet!" articles on their social media.
I happen to think they're wrong, but that's what they're saying.
Given such, it can be hard to see who is others-centered and who is self-centered. Though some groups (as you point out) are obviously the latter, some may appear to be the former but are in fact just as self-centered.