Yes. All I have to say is yes!
This meme is hilariously true at so many levels.
In my general experience, folks I know who believe in more governmental regulation in health, education, business, and finance frequently tend to view my libertarianism as naive and irresponsible at best and as downright, dangerously selfish at worst.
On the other hand, folks I know who believe in more governmental regulation in social values (ie, marriage, religion, drugs and alcohol, and so on) often view my libertarianism as my unprincipled, unbridled personal hedonism: they can sometimes view libertarianism as a deliberate cop-out so I can avoid the unpopularity of standing up for any moral value of any kind with which some other American might not agree.
But as an American, my greatest value is freedom for me and for others. It is my belief that forms of Libertarianism provide the greatest freedom for all Americans to freely practice their religion (or non-religion), to practice their freedom of speech (or freedom of silence), to enjoy their freedom from political tyranny, to insist on their freedom to keep the greatest percentage possible of their hard-earned wages…the list goes on and on.
In the spirit of laughing at our Libertarian selves, then, I present this Libertarian Meme: