Interesting choice of words. Ever notice how the word "community" forms the core of the word "communism?"
Be your own wet nurse if you like; I think I'll pass. Realize at the same time your loss of freedom allows your benevolent auto insurance company to beat the odds (debateably) and still charge confiscatory rates.
I guess I had noticed that before, but it was a long time ago. Now that you mention it though, it makes sense why that has become one of the most hated words on my list of "fingernails on the chalkboard" buzz words. Do you ever get the feeling that more and more people are seeming to think that communism is a good idea?
The core of both of those words is "commune", to be in harmony with others. Communism hardly lives up to its name, but community often does.
As I have stated before, the defining commonality of many libertarians is their disdain and contempt for any society (yes socialism uses the same base word). There is a simple line from a famous piece of writing that I think can determine the difference between a "conservative" and a "libertarian":
Then the LORD said to Cain, "Where is your brother Abel?"
"I don't know," he replied. "Am I my brother's keeper?"
Most libertarians would answer "no".