It is still hypocritical. So, going by your Prius example, regardless of what I need in a vehicle, it's okay for the government to force me to use a Prius? If I need to move a refrigerator, I better buy a shitload of tie-downs and hope the roof of my Prius holds up? If I need to move a few dozen 2x4s and some plywood, I should just pop open the back hatch and drive with some giant wood between my legs? I can't drive a pickup truck that's much more suited to the things I need to do, because the government says I can't... yeah, that holds up great. That sounds totally practical.
While we're at it, why don't we have the government reduce our lives down to the most basic utilitarian values? Everybody wears grey tunics - no more designer clothes. Everybody goes to the same schools. Nobody can spend a little more for a better education. Everybody eats a crude, tasteless paste that contains essential nutrients. No more fancy meals for those well-to-do fatcats! It will be a utilitarian paradise where nobody is left out because everybody is the same - and we shall call it, Fairville!
Nice try with the strawman, but as you can see, I'm capable of it, too. I don't advocate silencing the WBC despite the fact that I find their message tasteless and hateful, and see them only as a vile attempt to troll for lawsuits. But don't let facts get in the way of your ridiculous strawman.