Why? Well, here's an example. While you were at work today, Balance NE (state-funded finger-waggers who have featured here before) have been spending the day - and the taxes you've been working to pay - at a seminar in Durham.
The Twitter tag #MakeItLessAvailable has been covering the event, and reveals many similarities with other campaigns I could mention. Although they are bite size snippets, the hyperbole, manipulated stats, and general gross exaggeration shine brightly throughout.
This tweet, though, jumped out of the page as a perfect exhibit of why these people are so very dangerous and, yes, miserable.
The CH refers to one of the speakers, Charles Holland, who is a legal expert on licensing. Presumably, the reference to "removing" stag and hen parties is something which might materialise under new powers granted by our coalition government. You know, the one which swept into office promising to hand us back all those freedoms Labour kept taking away.
Despite there already being laws available to punish those who cause trouble - due to alcohol or totally sober - it's not enough to build a campaign, and career, on so stag and hen parties will have to go. Because you just know organisations like Balance NE are just the type to have lobbied for such new powers.
It matters not that the vast majority of stag and hens go off without incident, and that they have been part of our culture for decades if not centuries. When the state-funded monkey needs feeding, nothing is safe.
Misery for you. Paid for by your taxes.